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First impressions are often the most lasting, but that doesn’t mean they are always correct. Case in point, the Ruger Bearcat. I always thought of the Bearcat as more of a novelty as a single action revolver, perhaps something to have around as a training aid for young small handed shooters, but not something that…

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