Just what I've experienced, but I much prefer the Colt to Remington models. My Remington was small to my grip, seemed to make it forwardly unbalanced. Biggest complaint was the cylinder pin
though, once fouled with black powder residue, it was extremely hard to pull out. Tapping out the pin could easily bend it's length. One of the few weapons I've ever gotten rid of. I have about six reproduction Colt's of different model or caliber. Love the grip, natural pointers and easier to break down for cleaning. Wish the Italian makers would up their quality a little more, they are most always beautiful, but internally soft, or weak and often just cheap. They win for only game in town most times, but it would be nice if they made them for shooting instead of looking.
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