Is cutting a Super Redhawk,Is worth it?

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  • AlteisenMkII

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    I was looking for a SRH Toklat and wound up picking a 7.5 SRH and had been wondering though did call Ten Ring Precision on a price on cutting and remounting the sight for a 7in Super Redhawk to a 5.5in SRH almost a year ago.

    I still will need to give it some range time with different bullet weights for 45LC and 454 Casull.

    But I have had some friends say I say I shouldn't do it cause it will reduce its value.

    Any experience with this?
     

    andre3k

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    I was looking for a SRH Toklat and wound up picking a 7.5 SRH and had been wondering though did call Ten Ring Precision on a price on cutting and remounting the sight for a 7in Super Redhawk to a 5.5in SRH almost a year ago.

    I still will need to give it some range time with different bullet weights for 45LC and 454 Casull.

    But I have had some friends say I say I shouldn't do it cause it will reduce its value.

    Any experience with this?
    If it's a gun you plan on keeping and shooting the resale value won't matter.

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    Mills

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