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Smith & Wesson M460XVR 163460 460SW 8.5 SS 
by Gerald W. L
Date Added: Friday 28 January, 2011
I've had this gun for 3 or 4 months now and it still excites me to go to the range. Nothing I own, multiple .45's, 9's, and AR-10's and 15's, and a .50 cal, even come close. It will draw a crowd unlike any other firearm excepting perhaps a 20mm rifle. Mine came with the sights dead-on and they're plenty bright. The first trip took an hour to set up and test the zero and it was perfect at 50 yards with Hornady ammo. I put 5 rounds into a 2" or 3" bull with no problem. Shooting without a rest was easy in my book but I certainly wasn't nearly as accurate. I typically shoot 5 or 10 rounds of the .460 and then shoot something else for a few minutes to give my arm a rest.
I don't see any downside to this revolver. I have found ammo from a variety of local sources for under a dollar. Even Hornady 200 grain is a dollar at several sources so it's not any worse than going out and shooting 100 rounds of another pistol or rifle. I wouldn't trade it for anything. It will go with me to a bear hunt in Montana in the spring. Unlucky bear . . . Now, if my wife would let me have girlfriends, I bet I could pick up a few who would want to shoot it too!