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    Default My New bear revolver

    Made in 1954, trhows a 98 grain slug at a zippy 700 fps. Gonna shoot a bear later today, as soon as Walmart opens and i can buy a cheap one.

    Great for CCW too.
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    I was thinking of trying this one.
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    thanks i need the laugh ,,

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    Was gonna get one of those old wonderful .22short derringers as my bear gun. I think I may be over gunning it though....might wanna stick with airsoft

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    Default Bear Gun

    Ken, after seeing the group that you shot with that thing, maybe you should think of it more as a varmint rig, for taking predators at 3-400 yards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chechakonomo View Post
    Ken, after seeing the group that you shot with that thing, maybe you should think of it more as a varmint rig, for taking predators at 3-400 yards.
    Wait till I load up some wadcutters...then sit back, touch off a shot, wait 5 minutes, watch it hit, repeat

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    Default Lots of character in those old Webleys

    But you talk of using 90gr's. What little I know of these even the 38's used a 200 grainer.
    I remember seeing a few lots of them for sale about twenty+ years ago at a pretty fair price but I was strictly looking at ballistics at the time and passed. Wished I had picked up a few way back then. Very cool guns.

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    I talk of 90 grains because its a .32

    Not just a Wobbly....but a .32 Wobbly

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