OK, I'm picking nits here but, if it's a 6 ½" barrel "cowboy" gun it must be a revolver and they're probably just admiring it. If it's a "pistol" with a 6 ½" barrel they're probably just staring at it's size.So why is my 357 6.5 a cowboy gun? I love my pistol and do not disrespect it.
Where did you get the idea it's just a 'cowboy' revolver . Shop keepers, lawmen, Army, ranchers, farmers, outlaws, etc. all used the Single Action revolver. As good then as it is now . Why you get the 'look' is beyond me. We still use 'em out here and enjoy them immensely for fun, protection, and hunting. Trying to think the last time I saw a S&W out at the range.... Been a long time. Of course you always have the pistol guys out there. Guess what I am saying is no strange looks around here! and wouldn't care less if there were .So why is my 357 6.5 a cowboy gun?
So why is my 357 6.5 a cowboy gun? I love my pistol and do not disrespect it. However folks at range give me that "look". O well, gonna keep taking it and blowing stuff up.