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nsl
02-12-2013, 12:24
Held one at a local store a few times and liked it. Not sure how they shoot. Price was about $760, how is that?

P.S., I had a 5.5" Super Blackhawk, and couldn't hit worth a darn with it.

bac1023
02-12-2013, 12:31
I'd sooner look for a used older model before shelling out $800 for a Ruger.

ducati
02-12-2013, 13:14
I have one in 45 colt and I won't let it go.

Darkangel1846
02-12-2013, 13:23
My 4 inch RedHawk is a fine revolver....bought it when they first came out.

Batesmotel
02-12-2013, 13:59
I have a 4 inch S&W 29-2. Wish I had gotten a 6 inch but the price was a steal. I think in a 44 a 6-8 inch shoots better.

sourdough44
02-12-2013, 14:35
I have the 4.2" Redhawk in 45 Colt. Nice gun for more serious woods carry, a little heavy otherwise.

MC350
02-12-2013, 15:37
Depending what you're going to use it for, take a look at a GP100 with a 4" barrel. Very accurate shooter and priced below $600......

fnfalman
02-12-2013, 15:57
I like my 5.5" Redhawk, and I'm not a fan of really short barrel .44 Magnums. The shortest barrel I have is the 4-5/8" SuperRedhawk. It doesn't feel any more portable than the 5.5" Redhawk.

VA27
02-12-2013, 16:28
I got one in 45 when they first came out. I like it.

Fox
02-12-2013, 20:06
Get a longer barrel, I recommend 7.5"

GlockFish
02-12-2013, 21:52
I'd like one. I had a 3" S&W 629 44 magnum and loved it. I like short barrel 44 mags.

AsSeenOnTV
02-12-2013, 21:59
Depending what you're going to use it for,.....

Exactly that. Are you going to hunt with it? Target shoot? Or carry it for protection against animals that want to eat or trample you?

A longer barrel for hunting & target shooting, and a shorter barrel for protection.