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European modern double action revolvers?
« on: October 20, 2008, 02:07:40 AM »
Anyone have one?  I'd love a Manurhin MR73 of some sort and maybe even a Korth, One can dream...

I have a Sauer DA .22lr revolver, kind of uncommon.  Also I have Llama revolvers in .357 and .44mag, used to have a .22lr. 

Uberti made one, the Inspector, a Colt looking clone.  Astra made revolvers(I want one), also Astra made a DA revolver for FN, the barracuda.  IIRC Gamba in Italy and Erma made DA revolvers as well.

I have some of the C&R ones like a Enfield .38/200 and a Nagant. 

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Re: European modern double action revolvers?
« Reply #1 on: November 28, 2015, 03:43:32 PM »
It's been 7 years, any update?

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