For Sale 460 S&W Revolver $2,200

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Never fired. I will cover shipping in lower 48.

Im prepping for a hunt next year and need a new Swaro. Hemmoraged enough cash at this point, if you know what i mean.

Added the one photo of the revolvers just for size comparison. That is a 357, 44 mag, then the 460.
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Pretty awesome gun, but made my hands hurt when I saw the comparison picture. Someone is going to get a cool toy.
 

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The .460 S&W is without a doubt the most versatile revolver on the market.
 

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I didn't know there was a Bone Collector in .460 S&W. I have a .500.
The .460 is a fantastic round.
 

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I didn't know there was a Bone Collector in .460 S&W. I have a .500.
The .460 is a fantastic round.
I believe it was released shortly after the limited editions of the 500 S&W version
 

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These revolvers are intense.
My buddy has a scoped performance center .460 non-bone collector.
We take turns shooting these two after we get our courage up.
For me to shoot more than 5 rounds I started taping my wrists with ace bandages.
I have gotten 6" groups at 100 yards from a bench - good for me.

For comparison here's my .500 Bone Collector:

This is the .500 with the its cartridge as compared to a 230gr .45 ACP:
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This is how big these revolvers are:
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Nice! I think your 500 is a few inches longer than this 460.
 

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Nice! I think your 500 is a few inches longer than this 460.
My friend's .460 groups a bit better. We're not sure why - maybe the ballistics of the .460 or different ergonomics of the handgun. Maybe it's the ammo or recoil. I really like the .460.
 

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My friend's .460 groups a bit better. We're not sure why - maybe the ballistics of the .460 or different ergonomics of the handgun. Maybe it's the ammo or recoil. I really like the .460.
Or just quality variation between individual revolvers. That exists even between Performance Center revolvers.
 

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