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I think he meant with swapping cylinders/barrels. The right frame on the right revolver could have a lot of possibilities with proper cylinders and quick change barrel mods.

If you want some less serious zombie fun, try Marvel Zombies.
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No-- I mean the stock pistol. In reading up on S&W's new "emergency survival kit," (nice article by Dick metcalf in the september issue of Shooting Times) the pistol is designed for: .357 mag, .45 long colt, .41 mag, .44 mag and special, .445 super, .454 Casull, .460 Roland, and .460 S&W.



Tell me that's not handy.

Marvel Zombies was ok-- my brother gave me a copy for my birthday. Zombies are my one major weakness (next to Batman: the one comic book character I identify with). I'll have to see if the last write up I did on a zombie escape plan is still up on another forum.
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a Dan Wesson-type revolver...or maybe the Medusa?
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I think he meant with swapping cylinders/barrels. The right frame on the right revolver could have a lot of possibilities with proper cylinders and quick change barrel mods
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No-- I mean the stock pistol. In reading up on S&W's new "emergency survival kit," (nice article by Dick metcalf in the september issue of Shooting Times) the pistol is designed for: .357 mag, .45 long colt, .41 mag, .44 mag and special, .445 super, .454 Casull, .460 Roland, and .460 S&W.

Tell me that's not handy.
I've been looking for that article and can't find it! I remember a sidebar in ST about the emergency survival kit, but don't recall anything about it using eveything from .38 to ,45, .460 Ro., and .460S&W.
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Links for more infos:

Model 460ES - Emergency Survival Kit

Model 500ES - Emergency Survival Kit

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It wasn't about the pistol itself, the particular article in question was about picking out a proper big bore backup. My broker has one and already fired .44 mag, .445, .45 long, and .454 out of it. I just don't want to fire something that big out a barrel that short!
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