The .357 Magnum has been one of the most popular revolver chamberings for decades. One reason for this is its versatility. In 6 Six-Shot .357 Magnum Revolvers For Competition Shooting, Personal Defense World reviewed these 6 great firearms. Below we summarize the benefits of each firearm. Check out the full article here.
Ruger GP100 Match Champion
The Match Champion was designed with the competitor in mind.
Chiappa Rhino Model 40DS
Unlike other revolvers, the barrel is located so it aligns with the chamber at the bottom of the cylinder, making for an extremely low bore axis and greatly reduced recoil and muzzle flip.
Smith & Wesson Pro Series Model 686 SSR
S&W L-Frame revolvers like the Model 686 were designed to take the continuous pounding of .357 Magnum cartridges.
Dan Wesson Model 715
this stainless steel revolver has the famed Dan Wesson tension barrel with interchangeable shrouds, which offers consistent cylinder-to-barrel alignment.
Rossi Model R97206
The Model 972 has a 6-inch, heavy, ribbed barrel with a full underlug, a red ramp front sight and adjustable rear sight, plus contoured finger-groove rubber grips.
Taurus Model 65
For a rugged stainless steel revolver that will hold up to any type of competition or defense use, the fixed-sight Taurus Model 65 will fill the bill.
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