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This is a discussion on Cimarron Arms vs. Ruger within the Pistols & Revolvers forums, part of the Pistol & Revolver Forum category; As others have said Ruger makes modernized versions of single action sixguns. I've had a couple and they were fine, but just weren't the same ...


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Old January 7th, 2017, 11:43 AM   #31
 
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Apples vs Oranges

As others have said Ruger makes modernized versions of single action sixguns. I've had a couple and they were fine, but just weren't the same as Uberti Colt clones. Mine is a 7 1/2" Blue .44-40, and it is a fun shooter. The trigger is about as good as my Colt SAA .32-20, and the accuracy is good.



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Seems to me that you are denigrating something you know nothing about.
Craig, I think you need to get a grip and calm down, I've read you already several times on other threads and you seem to get very defensive.

You like what you like, nothing wrong with that and why does someone need to own something to not like it right. We can use 'perceptions', it's legitimate !
And sometimes some of us have to use justifications as to why we bought and or like something.

The truth is the only Italian I like is spaghetti and spaghetti westerns.
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Never owned a Taurus either and never will. (not even for free)
Don't get me wrong I'm cheap but I'll never skimp when it comes to a firearm especially if I'm going to use it for personal protection. As far as the cowboy circuit goes I can understand wanting accuracy and all but again it's not a life or death situation and so even a slingshot for $5 bucks would probably do.


You call something junk while spending money on junk to make it better.
OK.
I recently bought Uberti 1873 El Patron in 45 Colt. Not because it was less expensive then a Ruger. It was bought because I like the was it looked. Ruger is no doubt a stronger made gun. To my surprise the accuracy of the Uberti was superb. It shots to POA. One inch groups at 25 yards not bad for out of the box.
Trail Boss 5.7g is my pet load. No other money spent on it. It's a fun gun to shoot and isn't fun what it's all about? It's not a personal defense gun. I'll stick to my Ruger SR9 or my 1911 in 45 ACP for that.

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One should not knock something one knows nothing about.

No knock coming from me. And I know enough to say I'll never buy one.
Just as I would never buy a Ruger semi-automatic for my self-defense purposes. If I went back to that platform I'd either go back to a Glock or perhaps a SIG.
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Lets agree to disagree to disagree and leave it at that.
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Nan Vet, this is perhaps why this gun forum is the best I've ever been on. And in fact the only one I comment on anymore. It's nice to converse with cool, calm and rational people ya know what I mean.
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Nan Vet, this is perhaps why this gun forum is the best I've ever been on. And in fact the only one I comment on anymore. It's nice to converse with cool, calm and rational people ya know what I mean.
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Craig, I think you need to get a grip and calm down, I've read you already several times on other threads and you seem to get very defensive.

You like what you like, nothing wrong with that and why does someone need to own something to not like it right. We can use 'perceptions', it's legitimate !
And sometimes some of us have to use justifications as to why we bought and or like something.

The truth is the only Italian I like is spaghetti and spaghetti westerns.
This is a deflection and makes about as much sense as your other posts. Don't condescend me. This is an open internet forum, not the local gun shop where BS gets tossed around as fact. It's a place for two way discussion and I thought that's what this was. You can't just toss your opinion like a grenade and not expect it to be challenged. If you're uncomfortable with your opinions being challenged, especially seemingly uninformed opinions, you're gonna have a tough time anywhere. If you believe what you posted, stand behind it and support it.
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Craig, I think you need to get a grip and calm down, I've read you already several times on other threads and you seem to get very defensive.

You like what you like, nothing wrong with that and why does someone need to own something to not like it right. We can use 'perceptions', it's legitimate !
And sometimes some of us have to use justifications as to why we bought and or like something.

The truth is the only Italian I like is spaghetti and spaghetti westerns.
Nothing wrong with liking what you like and others do the same. But you called them junk, which they aren't and then want to argue your point about something you have never owned or likely even shot, held or looked at.
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Nothing wrong with liking what you like and others do the same. But you called them junk
I did ? Well 'pecker-wood' accept my apologies.
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Start making things personal and resorting to name calling and your stint here will be very short
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Are you and CraigC related by any chance ? You having to defend your buys and like doesn't help that imagine of quality now does it.


This thread was started like all the others on various forums that pit one make against the forums host. It's a bait thread why would you people feel it necessary to come on a Ruger forum and pimp some other make of gun right.

Doesn't make sense unless of course your trying to feel better about buying foreign or something.
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I haven't pimped anything, nor do I feel the need to defend anything I may or may not own. I never said either way. Once again, it just shows that you are prone to jumping to conclusions on a subject you have no information on.
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Once again, it just shows that you are prone to jumping to conclusions on a subject you have no information on.
I hear ya and I think we can all be guilty of that a time or two. I certainly have that's for sure.

But if you go back to my very first post and read it carefully all I ever mention was the possibility of kaboom with Chinese metal. And for the record even that Brazil mental is not so good either from what I have heard.

I'd like to buy a Charter Arms but there is just something about a gun calling itself stainless steel and yet weights like it was plastic and being warned never to shoot +P out if.

All metal is not created equal.
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I'm not defending my pet brand or justifying my purchases to you or anyone else. I'm debating you because you're wrong (and obviously uninformed).
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