Does anyone own a Super Blackhawk?
What do you think of it? Been wanting to get one because I love cowboy movies and shit like that.
Would this be a good HD, SHTF gun as well?
They're still pretty much just SAA guns.
Single action, meaning slow ROF, unless you "cowboy" with them.
Reloading time is, to quote certain fictional gunslinger, totally "exhilarating!", since you can't just flip out the cylinder like with modern 'volvers. So you better not get into long firefights with one.
No, that's fucking autistic
Sure. you could hunt fairly lightweight with it to conserve calories.
It would only be good for Inna woods oper8ing, though; not in an urban shtf scenario.
Personally, I have a single six in my pack because it can shoot 22 magnum, 22 lr, long, and short. I would only use this for hunting small game though. A slingshot would arguably do the job.
There're better options to HD than a single action six shooter, Elmer.
except the 45 will have larger capacity, lower recoil, will be easier and faster to shoot, easier and faster to reload, and have a wider selection of self defense ammo.
but yeah, pretty much the same fucking thing i guess
>hear something in the night
>grab muh single action six shooter
>wait I almost forgot
>gets cowboy hat
>now I'm ready to oper8
>walking through house
>damn, wish I had a flashlight on my gun. . .it sure is dark
>But that's okay, Sam Colt is the Messiah
>still hear shit going on innahouse
>still fumbling around in the dark
>trip over dog sleeping in the hallway, can't see him.
>recover like an operator and move on.exe
>locate target's general area innahouse
>round the corner
>7 dindus, all with highpoints
>they're on the hunt for some white women
>6 bullets in gun
>Mozambique drill Jamal style.webm
>get shot the fuck up
>lay on floor
>bleeding all over the place
>think to self
>this sure wasnt like Tombstone.
S&W Model 3
at least then you could reload the whole cylinder at once