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They are for ladies and kids..... no offense, but they are way too small to be practical for practice. If you want to practice with a .22, step up to a single six.

If you take up reloading, you'll find that you can make "plinker" loads with cast bullets in the popular cowboy calibers for not much more than shooting a .22.
 

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I'll second the above post, the grips are just too small for an even average sized hand and my wife even thinks they are a bit small. The Single Six is hands down a much better choice and If I recall correctly, the stocks are the same size as the old Vaquero and Blackhawk. At least I seem to recall them being advertised as such.
 

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Thanks for the replies.I didn't realize they were that small.I just never liked the big square sights on a single six is the reason I was asking about the bearcat.I do reload so maybe I should go ahead and step up to a Vaquero.


Thanks again
Bobby
 
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