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1/25/2018 7:38:29 AM
Posted: 2/22/2006 4:42:40 PM EST
Impressions of any of them?

Pros or Cons to each?
Link Posted: 2/25/2006 4:51:50 PM EST
No cons on the 64 & 66. The 617 is a little heavy for a .22, IMO, but it was designed that way for cheap practice for the 686 owner crowd. Should be a damn acurate .22, as well.

I used to have a 66 & like many others, regret letting it go.
Link Posted: 2/26/2006 6:06:36 AM EST
The only con to the 64 is that you can get the 65 and have the 357 option. If all you're shooting is 38, though, thats irrelevant. You'd have a tough time wearing out any of the K-frames with 38 or 38+p loads---but a CONSTANT diet of heavy magnum loads will take a toll on the K's (but this is typically over-exaggerated), and therefore some people shy away from the much easier carrying k-frames for the heavier L-frames, which were better designed for CONSTANT magnum use. IMO, few people ever run enough mag loads thru anything to make much differance.
I have 4 mod. 66's right now, and think its one of the best revolvers, if not the best, ever built.
I recently sold off my rare 3 inch barrel version, because some guy was willing to pay any price, but i'm sorry I did now.
Had a 617, 6" once--to much gun (weight) for a 22, unless you only shoot off the bench
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