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Thoughts on this gun? Any known problems with it and/or things to watch out for? I bought it 1 year ago. I have a 2X Weaver scope on it. My intent is to use it for deer. I'm getting fairly accurate with it...but I have a ways to go.
 

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I wouldn't worry about issues or defects with a Ruger revolver. They are of excellent quality and should you have a problem then Ruger is known for their customer service. Have fun with it.
 

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Fuelburns2 said:
I wouldn't worry about issues or defects with a Ruger revolver. They are of excellent quality and should you have a problem then Ruger is known for their customer service. Have fun with it.
That's true, I've heard nothing but good things about Ruger's customer service!!
 

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awww a DA .454 revolver lol dont get too trigger happy for the sake of ur wrist :wink:
 

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I've got nearly the same set up as you except I have a Burris instead of a Leupold. I had a problem with the crane shortly after purchase that was fixed for free (except my shipping charges) in less than two weeks. That was a bit over two years ago. The only dislike I have is the two clicks one gets when using the gun in single action mode. These are inherent in the design and I have not found a way to eliminate them. It is loud enough for a spooky whitetail to hear at 20 yards, trust me. Other than that it is a great pistol and one I carry as a back up (sans scope) in Alaska.
 

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Considering they lengthend the case by over .400" it doesn't gain that much. In fact when these spitzer pointed bullets become avaliable to handloaders I think the same will be achieved with the .454 Casull. Much like the .357 Maximum and the .357 Magnum. One caught on, the other didn't. Remember the 10 MM Auto and the .40 S&W which came out after it? Bill T.
 
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