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It is VERY nice, best grips I've ever felt - gonna need some more of these `Hogue` spandooglies methinks :D

 

The M500s are massive - see that cylinder on the 3+1"? That bleedin' cylinder is 50mm across, only a fraction under 2" in diameter! Thats really quite large....

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A couple of my Tanaka's :)

 

 

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My 4" M629 Stainless-

 

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Slainte!

 

 

-G

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Why is the left cylinder cover(or whatever it's called) bent? :blink:

 

That is S&W's design to allow the cylinder rod to come out and swing the cylinder out of the gun for reloading. Colt has a different design.

 

 

 

:D

 

 

-G

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Hey, I've been wanting to get a revolver with shells for a while now, and i was wondering which one would be the best one to get. I'm looking for a mid size one, as in not a raging bull. :) Any advice would be appreciated, thanks :D

 

 

 

Edit: Oh and I would prefer gas rather than spring

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Good revolvers with shells (so, Marushin 8mm models, then) don't really come in `medium`. You got big (constrictor, Blackhwak, Bull, Anaconda etc.) and small (M60, and, err, M60 3"? :D).

 

That said, the Redhawk is the smallest of the large lot, and very much like a `medium` revolver (or, at least, as close as you're gonna get :) )

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Errr, search topic title for `marushin constrictor` or `marushin 8mm` and find my comments on the whole series. I've written about 3000 words on the subject and I cannot be arsed to go over all of it yet again ;)

There'll be something of some help in this thread, in fact, and I also wrote a whole article about Marushin as a company in my blog - about 2/3 months ago I think - if you want to hit that up too.

 

In stock? Shop in Hong Kong, they're sure to be around there (except maybe the Super Blackhawk 10.5").

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Would you happen to know of any reviews for any of those pistols?

Edit: Or a site that has them is stock?

 

if you want a REALLY good revolver get a Tanaka, even though they dont take shells, they are better. If you really want shells, then get a Marushin, but dont expect it to be of Tanakas quality. Theres a lot of stuff on this site about them (probably more than half of it) posted by hippy :D:P

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Theres a lot of stuff on this site about them (probably more than half of it) posted by hippy :D  :P

 

 

Is you trying to say I is verbose? :P We all knew that anyway :lol:

 

 

Tanaka-made Colt Police Positive -

 

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Guess which parts are metal and which are plastic :lol:

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Yeah 'course I do :P It is rather cool, excellent action as well, one of the most crisp Tanaka single action mechanisms for some reason, and DA is just as solid and crisp.

 

$154 from Airsoft Global iirc :D

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Evilhippy:

 

Cool gun dude....my friend has a RS version of it, I think its the same exact model as your Tanaka. I hope you dont mind me quoting your pic for comparison :P Heres the pic....

 

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