View Full Version : 600 NE revolver

09-12-2006, 06:24 PM
For those who had never seen it :D


I've got two, of course; I kept falling with only one on my hip [smilie=1:.

09-15-2006, 04:56 AM

Looks like a cross of Ruger Security Six grips, SRH frame, with some Colt Police Positive mixed in, then steroids sprinkled over the top. Wish I could read German (or Polish, or something). I'd shoot it....at least once!

09-15-2006, 04:32 PM
It's German, but I don't know enough to attempt a translation. I think I'd pass on the opportunity to shoot it, but would be willing to help pry it out of the forehead of the shooter when recoil burries the rear sight in his skull. :mrgreen:
What would you use it for? Whale hunting? Self abuse? In a rifle, touching off one round ought to be enough to give you two left shoulders. I already walk like Quasimodo, don't need to look like him, too.[smilie=w:

09-15-2006, 10:28 PM
Up to 45-70, I'd rather shoot with a handgun, as I get tired of hard buttplates very easily.
On the other hand huge pistols are best reserved to targets which, at worst, will run AWAY from you; paper is good but a big tale teller too...:)

Versifier, the secret of shooting these guns is to use one hand only, so that the sights hit some curious bugger instead of you :mrgreen:.

11-16-2006, 06:28 PM
Any idea if they are being imported and if so where?


11-20-2006, 12:41 AM
Assuming that you are in the U.S., please report to the nearest law enforcement outlet as "over .50" calibers are not allowed without proper administrative clearance :mrgreen:

another one:


11-20-2006, 04:04 AM
I am with Versifier on this one. It would take the Jolly Green Giant to hold that thing down.

11-24-2006, 07:02 PM
Don't know if anyone saw it but there was a short video clip out on the internet recently showing an actual firing demonstration by some unlucky individual who apparently insisted on lighting it off. The guy was not a small person by any means and started to shoot it with one hand but then wrapped his other hand around the shooting hand. It was not a revolver but a variation of the T/C Encore with what looked like a 12 inch barrel. When it went off it literally flew out of both his hands just barely missing his head and going over his shoulder. Guess no one got hurt but if anyone had been behind him they would have eaten part of the gun. The only thing I am curious about after looking at the T/C and the revolver above is- where do you attach the wheels? Happy holidays everyone!