My New Woods Gun

Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by 9mmMike, Feb 8, 2010.

  1. 9mmMike

    9mmMike
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    Got what I think was a sweet deal on this Colt .44 Mag. . Can't wait to shoot it as the single action trigger feels better than my 3# hunting rifle .... If I can't shoot a bear or dear with it, I'll blind them with the glare until I can get my rifle out.

    Sorry for the bad pics. I have no photographic talent at all......
     
  2. PlayboyPenguin

    PlayboyPenguin
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    This must be the one you were telling me about during dinner the other night at the bar. Very sharp gun. One of the most beautiful hand cannons around. :)
     
  3. timbernet

    timbernet
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    Wow, that is a slick looking gun!


    Not to stray too far off topic, but how much "kick" is there in a .44Mag? I've shot .357Mag no problem but I look at videos on youtube and it looks like some people can't handle it well at all... even with long barrels.
     
  4. Phillyfan

    Phillyfan
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    I'm jealous.
     
  5. sprice37

    sprice37
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    I want my Colt Kodiak back now. :(:(
     
  6. gnarkill

    gnarkill
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    I shot a ruger redhawk 44 a couple weeks ago. It had a 4" barrel and I was expecting it to kick like a horse. It was actually much more tame than I thought it would be. I am not a big guy and it was a very manageable gun, was actually fun to shoot.

    Now my buddies .357 snub nose, I dont like that gun, you cant put more than a few down range before your hand really starts hurting.

    Back on topic, thats a very nice gun, I havent seen a colt .44 before...
     
  7. Dyjital

    Dyjital
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    bling bling baby.

    So do you need a wrist support to shoot that cannon?
     
  8. terrylf72

    terrylf72
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    Thats a beautiful weapon, but judging from the shakiness of your photos, I think you need to pass it on to me.. lol
     
  9. jdub75

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    Dang thats sweet.
     
  10. bmw2

    bmw2
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    Way too clean for a woods gun. Great find, congrats.
     
  11. mattg521

    mattg521
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    bling!!!





    drool...drool
     
  12. willseeker

    willseeker
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    Very Cooool! That sure looks like the Anaconda you were talking about at Ma Mabels the other night. Nice score Mike.:thumbup:




    Will
     
  13. cbzdel

    cbzdel
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    That is a nice looking weapon!
     
  14. M.Link

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    Thats really nice! .44s arnt bad at all to shoot.
     

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