Gevito236: I'd rather have this in 357 anyway... ballisticsbytheinch (dot) com shows that the average 357 in a 12 inch gets 1800 fps. I'll be putting a small power scope on mine. 12 inch looks like a good length to stop at for a handgun round like 357 to get the most velocity anyway
rapskallion: I think you would benefit from a half-pint of JD in your hip pocket to steady that aim. But no spin roostering after that, OK?
milwaukeegregg: Junk!! I shouldn't have wasted that many words on it!!
James Poling: Buy this gun after watching you miss most of the time with it??? I can shoot my .357 Model 28 much more accurately than you demonstrated with the Rossi and it is even handier to carry. I don't see the point of having one.
whenever the ammo isn't all effed up and expensive
ChazOneZeroSeven: what is the cost
deepfriedking: It's just a fun gun to have around.
vin7s: Buy it you say, thats all I wanted to hear
deepfriedking: Any gun is better then no gun, gun fights are won buy shooting the most the fastest, buy a semi auto handgun, get the mares leg for fun.
STEVE P: so it can't be used for home defense?
deepfriedking: .357, .44mag, .45LC Not a home defense weapon, pick up a semi auto pistol for that with a very large magazine.
STEVE P: is there one in .45 colt and could it be used for home defense?
deepfriedking: Yeah it's just a fun gun to pull out and plink with and it cool looking
vin7s: To late, I seriously want one, looks fun as crap
deepfriedking: Sorry bout that, don't watch my other videos on the ranch hand then, because you won't go back for the wife's gun
vin7s: Went to a local gun store to look for a S&W bodyguard 38 for the wife, then I saw this and now am in a pickle
deepfriedking: yeah and it kills varmints to
Shooting the Rossi Ranch hand mares leg .3575
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