Brilliant, and do you know how much he is after? Just waiting for my variation to come back now to get one, tiaI had a Taurus in 38/357 a few years back,it was okay but feel as nice as the big standard smith wesson 586 I had previously so I sold it on.Now looking to get back into LBR's and waiting on my ticket coming back going for a Chiappa rhino this time.
Mate has a taurus in 44 that might be for sale.
I often wonder if the police started shooting first!I had my 5" barrel pre-Model 27 Smith and Wesson .357 Magnum "N" Frame on my licence for feral goats in Scotland. When the Tory ban came in 1996 rather than surrender it I gave it to a German. But I use its serial number as one of my passwords. So as to never forget the contempt shown by a Conservative Government to those law abiding shooters who didn't go to Dunblane, who weren't Thomas Hamilton and who didn't murder a class of schoolchildren and their teacher.
Do l sense you had a liking for Smith & Wesson, l may be wrong??I am alongside with FH with this. By the time of the ban I'd a S & W Model 12, the S & W .357 Magnum as above, a Savage .32ACP and a Smith & Wesson .32 S & W Long Military and Police and a S & W .38 S & W British Contract. All bar that .357 Magnum were surrendered. I retained a .455 Webley Mk VI on s7.1 and acquired a Tokarev and Nagant under s7.3. But all have gone now since 2014 and I haven't shot a pistol nor revolver since then. Each to their own but long barrel revolvers have never appealed to me.