10 Most Watched Revolvers Reviews by Sootch00
Who doesn’t love Wheel Guns or Six Shooters! Here’s a collection of the 10 most watched Revolver Reviews by Sootch00. Revolvers have experienced a surge in popularity recently as noted by so many viewers of these 10 revolver reviews by Sootch00. A favorite of shooters since the frontier days, revolvers are durable and dependable firearms that remain popular with firearm enthusiasts. Below we’ve also provided a brief paragraph of each revolver and the direct link to each individual video if you want to skip ahead or watch a particular review.
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10 Wheel Guns and Most Watched Revolver Reviews Overview:
- Chiappa Rhino 357 Magnum Revolver
- Ruger Single Six Revolver
- Kimber K6s DCR 357 Magnum Revolver
- Ruger Wrangler Single Action Revolver
- S&W Model 64 38 Special Revolver
- Ruger LCR 9mm Revolver
- Ruger GP100 Revolver 357 Magnum
- Smith & Wesson Model 351c AirLite 22 MRF Revolver
- S&W Model 351 PD Airlite 22 Magnum Revolver
- S&W Model 10 .38 Special Revolver Police Trade In
The Chiappa Rhino was introduced in 2009. In an age where polymer frame striker firearm pistols are the rage, it is amazing to see a revolver with such a unique design. Shooting a Chiappa Rhino is unlike shooting any gun you have ever shot. The Chiappa Rhino is a double-single action revolver that shoots from the bottom cylinder unlike most of its rival counterparts. This is unique in the sense that most revolvers normally shoot from the top cylinder. The bottom cylinder fire mechanism takes away the normal recoil that you would get from shooting a normal revolver, giving the Rhino increased accuracy and aiming stability. The muzzle rise is a lot lower than your standard revolver, which is exactly what Chiappa was going for.
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The Ruger Single Six was introduced in 1953 and is still a popular single-action revolver. A lot of options with barrel length, caliber, and 22/22 Mag Convertible models. This gun just takes you back to the old west. The Ruger Single Six was designed in 1953. This is a very popular firearm. It has a unique design that was popular back in the 1800’s. The cylinder goes clockwise. The new single six has a transfer bar. It is a single action. The trigger does not activate the hammer unless the hammer is pulled in the rear position. The chamber is recessed. You do not want to dry fire any of your 22’s.
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Kimber K6s DCR 357 Magnum Revolver Sootch00 Review
The Kimber K6s DCR in .357 Magnum with a 2″ Barrel. While the craftsmanship is excellent, the Trigger is the best I’ve ever experienced with a Double Action Revolver. Thanks to Kimber America for making this possible. Kimber was founded in 1979 and for over the past 40 years they have been producing really fine, high-quality firearms. Kimber is mainly known for their 1911s, which are absolutely beautiful. The fit and the finish is just exceptional. When they introduced the revolvers, I was really excited to see what they had come up with. Today we’re going to be taking a look at the Kimber K6s, and this is the DCR – for Deluxe Carry Model.
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Ruger Wrangler Single Action Revolver: Sootch00 Review
The Ruger Wrangler is a Budget-Friendly option to the Ruger Single Six and yet has some features that give it advantages. Coming in at less than half the price of a Single Six, this is a great way to pick up a Single Action revolver for a great price and still have Ruger Quality. Ruger has been making single action revolvers since the 1950s – they have a line going all the way up from 22 to 44 magnum. They are very popular with the cowboy action sports and the shooting community as a whole. The Bearcat and Single Six especially, are just great quality firearms. However, they can be expensive. The Ruger Wrangler is a 22 single action pistol. They’ve cut down on some of the manufacturing process to make this pistol about half the price, without sacrificing quality.
S&W Model 64 38 Special Revolver Sootch00 Review
The S&W Model 64 is the Stainless Steel Version of the Model 10, the most popular revolver of the 20th Century. A six shot K-Frame 38 Special Revolver, this is a pleasure to shoot at the range. This is a Police Trade-In from AIM Surplus at $369.95, it’s a great source for New and Surplus Firearms. https://aimsurplus.com/
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Ruger LCR 9mm Revolver Review
In this video, Sootch00 takes a look at the Ruger LCR 9mm revolver. He puts quite a few rounds downrange with the LCR revolver. He also talks about the other LCR revolvers, such as the Ruger LCRx. LCR stands for lightweight, compact, revolver. “Having the same ammo for your revolver that you use in your Semi-Auto Pistol and being able to use Moon Clips for fast reloads have advantages. We’ll also talk about the problems of using 9mm ammo in a revolver,” Sootch00.
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Ruger GP100 Revolver 357 Magnum – Sootch00 Review
The Ruger GP100 Double-Action Revolver is among the most comfortable and robust shooting revolvers on the market. Ruger wanted something that would withstand high-pressure rounds, so they built this firearm like a tank. You can shoot any .357 magnum in this handgun. The Ruger GP100 got its inspiration from the Ruger Red Hawkes. The Ruger Red Hawkes and the Super Red Hawkes are built like tanks and this design came to the GP100. This pistol comes in 3”, 4”, and 6” models. The 6” model will give you more velocity and allow you to shoot longer ranges.
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Smith & Wesson Model 351c AirLite 22 MRF Revolver – Sootch00 Review
When it comes to revolvers, Smith and Wesson is hard to beat. The S&W Model 351c is super light weight, only weighing 11.4oz. It is a great pocket gun and a decent self-defense round with the right loads. The 22 Magnum is extremely popular. One of the main reasons for this is the mild recoil. They are a lot of fun to take out to the range and have hardly any muzzle flip when firing. Because of this, a lot of people like this handgun for self-defense. The revolver has an aluminum frame, an aluminum cylinder, and the aluminum barrel shroud. It also has a number of steel parts including the barrel, cylinder release and ejector rod. The 1.875 inch barrel is short, but that’s what makes it so compact. The crown is deep and is scalloped which is a very nice feature for the 351c AirLite 22. Model 351c has an internal hammer, which is different from the pd model which has an external hammer. This makes the revolver double-action only which means that when you fire you can’t cock the hammer.
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S&W Model 351 PD Airlite 22 Magnum Revolver Sootch00 Review
S&W Model 351 PD AirLite 22 Magnum Revolver. Thanks to Thad for the loaner and great range day! Also we appreciate Federal for Supplying the 22 WMR ammo. The Smith and Wesson Model 351 Airlite is a super lightweight revolver. This one is in 22 Magnum and has extremely low recoil. It is very easy to slip into your pocket and has over-the-top quality. The Model 351 Airlite is great for if you’re going on a hike, camping, or using it for self-defense. As far as the basic revolver goes, the Smith and Wesson is hard to beat. They have been around for a long time, but still have a lot of innovation in the new models of their revolvers. The barrel on the 351 PD Airlite is 1.875 inches in length and is made of stainless steel. However, unlike the barrel, the barrel shroud, the frame, and the cylinder are all made out of aluminum alloy.
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S&W Model 10 .38 Special Revolver Police Trade In Sootch00 Review
Smith & Wesson Model 10 Revolver European Police Trade-In Review. More than 6 Million Model 10’s have been produced since 1899 making it the most popular in History.
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