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I have many guns in my care, long guns and handguns alike, both revolver and pistol versions aplenty, but there's one in particular, my wife's Model 66 with factory 'Uncle Mikes' or even her daughter's, which is shown here sporting factory wood as a second choice that stand out. Were I to make a conscious decision to arm up with a handgun, fully expecting to have to shoot and hit my mark, I'd take my wife's Model 66, but that would require a fight because she loves it! Both of these just seem to have an easy balance, feel and trigger that make them incredible shooters and I figure that's why these gals love them so much! When we bought my wife's in 1996, I'd have been smart to have bought 5 of them, but hindsight is 20-20!
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Nice revolvers. Both the model 19 and model 66's with 2.5 inch barrels are great for carrying and as you stated, are well balanced.
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