Manurhin MR 73 .357 Magnum Review: Best Revolver Ever Made? (VIDEO)

07/11/13 2:12 PM | by

The Manurhin 73 is pretty much the inverse of the Korth revolver. While both are made for special police forces, the Korth focuses on precision German craftsmanship where the Manurhin put stalwart Gaulish steel first. They’re both practically impossible to get in the U.S. so it’s not like you have to pick a favorite.

You have hate LifeSizePotato with the heat of a thousand suns for owning one of each, though.

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