4-Inch .44 Magnum/Special Revolvers: Ruger Redhawk Wins
We thought the Redhawk was the best in this test by virtue of its accuracy and easy shooting. S&Ws 629 gets an F for mechanical problems. The Taurus 444MULTI needed tweaking.
When new revolvers are introduced, they don't get the fanfare afforded the latest semi-auto. That's why you might have missed out on the latest crop of big-bore wheelguns.
In this test we will try to make up for it by pitting two steel-framed forty-fours against an ultra-lightweight revolver of the same caliber Taurus's 444MULTI, $666 that could make carrying a bigger gun more inviting. The stainless-steel guns are the $916 Smith & Wesson Model 629 No. 163603 and Ruger's $780 Redhawk KRH-444.
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