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Thread: Taylors and Co Revolving Carbine 357 Non Restricted

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbogo3 View Post
    Could you post a pic of the .357 carbine?
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    The butt fits into the shoulder, around the armpit. The hook on the triggers guard is for the second hand. That way both hands are behind the cylinder gap clear of hot gas.

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    I took a couple of cylinders to get the hang of it with the off finger on the extra rest make this very light rig shoot surpringly good. I had it backup to a WT hunt this year. JP.
    Power on. Life is good. JP.

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    Me likey and me want.

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    A buddy has an Armini .357 carbine and dropped a big mulie doe at 75 yards with a frontal facing chest shot 19" penetration bangflop /158gr Ruko SP.The powder stipple burns will only happen once before you learn to either wear a glove on the support hand or put it somewhere else.

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    What was the cost?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cdnhunter117 View Post
    What was the cost?
    $1199

    Well worth the price of having every single person that sees it at a range, lineup just to gaze at it...

    Bring some extra rounds
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    Quote Originally Posted by Imhiddenfromview View Post
    $1199

    Well worth the price of having every single person that sees it at a range, lineup just to gaze at it...

    Bring some extra rounds
    I’d let ppl look but not touch. That’s like letting others shag your supermodel girlfriend haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyPython View Post
    I’d let ppl look but not touch. That’s like letting others shag your supermodel girlfriend haha
    Yeah to be fair people always wanna shoot my guns and they have a 10/22, bolt gun and don't know what the CCFR is so usually I have to decline their offer lol. If you want one, buy one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyPython View Post
    Iíd let ppl look but not touch. Thatís like letting others shag your supermodel girlfriend haha
    Not really. I let anyone who wants to shoot any of my guns, shoot any of my guns.
    Not the same story with girlfriend...

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