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    Arminius-By.H.Weihrauch

    Anyone know anything about these single action revolvers?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AKTexas View Post
    Anyone know anything about these single action revolvers?
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    Generally they are considered lower end but serviceable firearms by most I know. I owned one and never had an issue with it.

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    I did a bunch a searching last night and could not find much info and not much good is said about them.
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    I think for what they are they can be a decent cheap pistol, I just wouldn't over pay. Most I've seen will set at $120-130, they sell when the price gets below $100.

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    One's I've seen looked good BUT FIT wasn't the best in the world.
    Rank em right up there with the "Heritage" SAA clones.


    They're SAA clones. Parts are inexpensive and they are a breeze to work on/supe up.






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    There is or was a one of these for sale but at $325. I thought it was too high compared to the Ruger SAA for sale on the same page. The Rugers were going for 350 to 400.

    Bought a Ruger Blackhawk convertible for 350 with both the cylinders and a nice leather Bianchi holster for it.
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    $325 is insane, I see them at shows pretty regularly setting for $125 or so, the last one I bought was $75 (about 3 years ago). I can see some gun inflation but that's alittle too much IMO

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