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Old 12-02-2016, 09:34 PM
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Which .357 model is similar in size and weight to the Model 67, which is. 38 Special only? I'm talking about 4" barrel length.
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I believe that you'd be looking at a Model 66 (Combat Magnum).

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http://www.luckygunner.com/lounge/gu...357-revolvers/

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The .357 magnum stainless K frame would be the model 66, but the 66 weighs more than the 67 as it has a heavy profile shrouded barrel vs a tapered unshrouded barrel on the 67.
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Aha! I don't know why I couldn't remember that it was the model 66.
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The model 65 is another "K" frame in 357 magnum with a 4" barrel, but with fixed sights.
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