I agree with paul s. Don't sell yourself short. If you have to, save for another month or so and add to your fund and get something nice, rather than settling for something that will never feel right. You'll spend a long time going, "what if I'd gotten the ...", even if was a $300 used Single Six.paul s":2bs7ex5t said:You should with out much effort find a used Single Six for $200+ or - $25, thats the only way to go, dont by a lesser gun because it's "new"
My advice is worth exactly what you paid for it!
Don't panic at the prices you see at first. There are a lot of "wishful thinkers" on GB. You really need to look at the prices guns sold for on completed auctions.fez":1l50zepf said:Thanks for all the advice.I will think about the used Ruger idea.Will see how the price on gunbroker.Nothing used around here.Yet.
I_Like_Pie":2sed3zc3 said:Bout the only way to find a sub $250 single six these days is to peruse the pawn shops until one rolls along.
Snake45 said:Something else that might fall into your price range is the Taurus 94 DA revolver. These are supposed to be nice little guns for the money--a good value.