Luigi Franchi Safari
Ruger Super Redhawk Alaskan
A large framed but short barreled revolver, the Super Redhawk Alaskan gets its specific name because of its intended use. The Alaskan is considered a “bear gun”; placing heavy magnum calibers in a snub nose style revolver. The one in the photo is the discontinued model chambered in .480 Ruger. They are only available new from Ruger in .44 Magnum and .454 Casull nowadays. (GRH)
This revolver has a chamber to hold an extra set of rounds.
Twin hammer pinfire revolver
Smith and Wesson safety hammerless boxed with it’s original bill of sale.
Photographed for Savo Auctioneers, LLC by Carlo Savo
Ruger LCRx .38 special +P.
msski this is what I would love to see you carry.
I have shot a few of these and really enjoyed them
Chiappa Rhino 20DS
A .357 Magnum revolver, it was designed by the same man responsible for the Mateba, an out of production firearm of similar appearance. The barrel is positioned lower to reduce muzzle flip, creating a very easily controlled pistol even when using heavy recoiling ammo. The sides of the cylinder are flat instead of a being round, making it more comfortable to keep holstered against your body when concealed. (GRH)
I am a fan of how this shoots.
luuucky that’s the 40DS right?
FN Barracuda [9mm/.38 Special/.357 Magnum]