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    BFR Revolvers, anybody got one-shoot one?

    I was reading the smith vs ruger thread and made mew think about these revolvers that I have never seen in the flesh and only heard a limited about them.

    What says you guys in the know? Just looking to learn more about the line. Im a 357 / 44 mag guy, if that matters.

    PB
    "Air Force / Policeman / Fireman / Man of God / Friend of mine / R.I.P. Steve Lamy"

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    I handled a 47-70 once. Not good for more than saying you have one. Huge, heavy, unwieldy, heavy, extremely front heavy. Can't imagine how someone would even shoot that thing

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    Like the ones in 444 Marlin, 45-70 and such? Or 500 S&W or 460S&W. I have shot the latter. Recoil is manageable but significant as is the gas blast. Expensive to shoot.
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    I thought they were very good guns in 357 or 44 mag? No ? Are those too heavy and outrageous too?

    PB
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