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Old March 17th, 2017, 02:18 PM   #16
 
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Bought my 3" Bulldog in 1980 and is still my favorite carry piece.



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Old March 17th, 2017, 05:58 PM   #17
 
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I would like to have one in either .45acp or 9mm. .44 Special's are nice but very expensive compared to .45acp. Unless you reload. To me a 6 shot Bulldog in 9mm would be nice & no half moon clips!!!
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GQucool, If you reloaded the cost would be about $5.50 for a box of 50, if you cast your own bullets or $6.50 if you bought the already cast, of course that doesn't take into account you have a supply of casings, if not for right around $20.00 plus shipping you can get 100 new Starline .44SPL brass from Brownells, note if your order is over $100.00 your shipping and handling is free. BTW I'm not affiliated in any way with Brownells. Just a thought, the .45acp would run you right about the same, and the 9mm and the .3/.357 would be even cheaper.
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I have done about what you have mentioned with my .327 FM Starline brass and LSWC & copper plated & jhp bullets for it. Plus new Lee Reloading dies etc. I also reload for .357/.38 Spec. I have a 1911 9mm so to me 9mm would be the most desirable caliber to go to plus similar in size to my SP101 3 inch barreled .327FM thats also a 6 shooter. So a 9mm 6 shot revolver would also be nice!!!
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