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This revolver is a beauty, but way out of my price range. However, I have considered the normal Ruger Bearcat or a Single Six. Both are considered high-quality revolvers. Does anyone have experience with either of those?

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I've owned various Bearcats over the years. IMNVHO the New Model is the best & all new Ruger.22's have .224 barrels that can be converted to .22magnum. I've done a few, my 3 1/2" Bearcat Shopkeeper is a favorite.
 

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I've owned a couple Bearcats including the adjustable sight model. They're neat little guns, but really a bit too small even for my average sized hands. The Single Six is more comfortable for me and easier for me to shoot accurately.
 

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I've owned a couple Bearcats including the adjustable sight model. They're neat little guns, but really a bit too small even for my average sized hands. The Single Six is more comfortable for me and easier for me to shoot accurately.
They are smaller, yes. I like the way the one in the picture looks, the normal one. But, the frame and grip size is something to consider. I have large hands.
 
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