1. A dual-chambered revolver would be sweet but I would rather have one of the Ruger Blackhawks that handles .357 Magnum and 9mm. Since every revolver that fires .357 Magnum also fires .38 Special you have three revolvers in one. 9mm to fire cheap FMJ, .38 Special for target work with wadcutters and .357 Magnum if you ever need something to reach out and put a hurt on.

    Couple it with a lever gun chambered for .357 Magnum.

  2. Go for the shotgun! Breaking clays is much more fun than punching holes in paper.

    BTW, Hyunchback – Do you know of a .357/9mm revolver as you describe? Sounds interesting.


  3. I have a Heritage .22 revolver in .22Mag and .22LR. Comboy single-action only. Shoots nice and a fun little gun. Cheap too. Probably not what you’d be after but I have one with both cylinders so I am offering my two cents.

    Can’t go wrong with one. I have had no problems with mine.

  4. Actually, I already have one .22 Mag w/.22 LR revolver. I love it so much that I want another.

    My current one is an EAA Bounty Hunter, which is just a wonderful pistol.

  5. With the price of ammo going through the roof, another firearm chambered in .22LR will save you money in the long haul.

    At least that’s how I’m going to pitch buying at least 1 or 2 new .22LR firearms Friday night… 😉

  6. I was about to agree with Robb, and then Fits had to chime in with an even better answer.

    But seriously, I can’t understand anyone who’s comfortable with firearms not having a shotgun.

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