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Don't see enough difference to want to pay twice the cost. Let me clarify, I wouldn't say money is no option, but I am willing to spend a few extra $$$ to get a good gun after years of mistakes of going cheap and regretting it after. It's better to spend the extra $100 or several $100 to get the gun you really want then to go cheap: aka Taurus. I have owned 2 Taurus's in my lifetime: one not even 24hrs before I traded it in. Not a fan except for that one revolver, but that is only based on looks. That one that shoots small shotgun shells; that cool!
Naaa I am strictly S&W when it comes to revolvers. However, if I ever decided to get into cowboy shooting; I wouldn't shop for anything but Colts. There is just something about cowboys and Colts that go hand-in-hand.
Thanks for the reply.