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Cimarron New Sheriff

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Cimarron New Sheriff

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Home Defense
Surplus/Collectible
Recreational
Competition
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Caliber Plus Cartridge
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Weight Unloaded
Warranty
Overall Length
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Sight Radius
Overall Height
Front Strap Height
Back Strap Height
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Frame Material
Barrel Material
Grip Material
Trigger Pull Single
Trigger Pull Double
Trigger Span Single
Trigger Span Double

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We tried a variety of loadings in .38 Special and .357 Magnum to get these guns to shoot. We added the Black Hills .357 Magnums hoping the magnum case would improve accuracy by bringing the bullet closer to the rifling of the barrel. Our choices of .38 Special ammunition were PMC’s 148-grain lead wadcutter; the 158-grain jacketed soft point magnum round, and a +P round topped with a 125-grain jacketed hollow point. In particular, the New Sheriff shot 125-grain +P rounds everywhere. If you fired eight times you could get a good-looking five-shot group.
We tried a variety of loadings in .38 Special and .357 Magnum to get these guns to shoot. We added the Black Hills .357 Magnums hoping the magnum case would improve accuracy by bringing the bullet closer to the rifling of the barrel. Our choices of .38 Special ammunition were PMC’s 148-grain lead wadcutter; the 158-grain jacketed soft point magnum round, and a +P round topped with a 125-grain jacketed hollow point. In particular, the New Sheriff shot 125-grain +P rounds everywhere. If you fired eight times you could get a good-looking five-shot group.
We tried a variety of loadings in .38 Special and .357 Magnum to get these guns to shoot. We added the Black Hills .357 Magnums hoping the magnum case would improve accuracy by bringing the bullet closer to the rifling of the barrel. Our choices of .38 Special ammunition were PMC’s 148-grain lead wadcutter; the 158-grain jacketed soft point magnum round, and a +P round topped with a 125-grain jacketed hollow point. In particular, the New Sheriff shot 125-grain +P rounds everywhere. If you fired eight times you could get a good-looking five-shot group.
We tried a variety of loadings in .38 Special and .357 Magnum to get these guns to shoot. We added the Black Hills .357 Magnums hoping the magnum case would improve accuracy by bringing the bullet closer to the rifling of the barrel. Our choices of .38 Special ammunition were PMC’s 148-grain lead wadcutter; the 158-grain jacketed soft point magnum round, and a +P round topped with a 125-grain jacketed hollow point. In particular, the New Sheriff shot 125-grain +P rounds everywhere. If you fired eight times you could get a good-looking five-shot group.

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