That picture of yours looks like what a guy at the range did to his.
He was standing right next to me when his gun blew up, too.
Parts of it went through the roof.
He must have gone to the same armory school.
When a customer does it twice to the same type of gun I sold him, I had to keep it to remind some people that they need to recognize limitations.
Only have one but it’s a good one
Smith and Wesson performance center 460
It’s a great gun but hurts like shit if you shoot it too much
But it’s a good hurt
Yeah I don’t shoot it to much anymore though
The price of 460 is a issue for me
And I’m not the kind of person that has a box or two
More like a case or 5
I enjoy shooting my 500 magnum. The cost of ammo is crazy. So I now reload it for about 25 cents a round.
My favorite revolver is probably the Ruger Redhawk in .44 mag with a 4 inch barrel.
Actually, it’s not bad if you keep the bullet weight down to 200 grains or less.
At 240 grains, yes, it will get your attention.
Haven’t tried anything bigger than 240 grains in a gun like this. That is what the bigger .44 mag revolvers, like the Super Redhawk, are for.
Indeed. The grips make a big difference. I have a Super Blackhawk .44 and it’s manageable with a fat rubber Hogue grip. However, the small factory wood grips are rather unpleasant. LOL
Yes, the Hogue grips on the Redhawk really help, (too).