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Old 03-13-2012, 11:39   #1
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lets see some big bore wheelies used for defense......

i dont mean the monster wheelies used to shoot elephants and require another person to help you reholster it...

what i mean is a = or > .40 caliber plus wheely that is carried concealed for defense. be it a charter arms .40cal pitbull or a S&W 629 snubbie....

lots of folks like to carry revolvers for defensive purposes but id like to see and hear only from the folks who do so in the larger calibers. the beloved 642 need not apply.
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