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So armslist is kind of addictive. I was just looking passing a little time, when I saw a Dan Wesson 14 for sale. Price was just to good to pass up, so now I own a Dan Wesson.
20190920_105252.jpg So one more 357. It will be awhile before I can shoot it, so what does everyone think of them.
 

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I have had several and they keep getting away somehow. This is a 15-2 and is an excellent shooter. I will keep this one definitely. There is a barrel wrench and Spacer shim for properly changing or adjusting spacing of cylinder and forcing cone for best accuracy. Think you will like that one.
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My first center fire handgun was a DW 15-2 Pistol Pak. They are great guns...

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Nice American iron mate.


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image.jpeg IMHO, the Dan Wessons are the best value in used revolvers. I've got the 2 1/2 mod 14. I was looking at a 4in at OKC but I went
with a mod 10 2in. You'll probably wonder, why didn't I do this years ago. Here is my 2 1/2 in.
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If you're left handed, the cylinder release is in a very convenient place.
 

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I've never had a centerfire DW, but I've had three of the rimfire 22's over the years. They keep getting away because the 22's are HEAVY. Every time I'd tell myself that the weight didn't matter, but it always did.

Great guns though. Shot like a laser.
 

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Cliff, the pistol packs never interested me at all. I could never imagine a situation where I’d want to change barrels. I’d rather just have a different gun. I’m the same way about shotguns.
 
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