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4 Responses to ARTV 2010 Ep. 10: Bill Jordan Speaks

James A. "Jim" Farmer wrote:
June 26, 2012

I own both a Smith and Wesson (K-Frame) Model 19 (blued) and 66 "stainless" .357 Combat Magnum revolver with 4" barrel. These are 19-4 and 66-1 respectivly with pinned barrel and recessed chambers, indicating 1977- 1981 vintage. Bill Jordan is credited with the inspiration for the S&w .357 Combat Magnum revolver. Today it's rare to see a revolver like a Model 19 or 66 in a lawman's duty holster. They have been completely replaced by semi-automatic pistols. Thats okay though. I'll keep my revolvers thankyou.

Karl Seidl wrote:
January 07, 2012

The way Mr. Jordan carried a revolver, the way he used it and taught others to use a pistol was far superior in the real world that the crazy-looking, modern "praying mantis" auto pistol presentation and use. The way most people will ever be called upon to use a pistol is better served by the Bill Jordan method. High capacity autos are fine if: 1. you enjoy jams 2. you think you may be attacked by one hundred assailants and only have a pistol. 3. you want to sacrifice true pistol power and 4. if you want to walk around paranoid. Just carry a revolver, shoot like Jordan, and don't place such a high premium on your own life that you go ahead and strap on one of those high capacity sewer pipes. Not that I have an opinion or anything...

Kentucky Jones wrote:
January 03, 2012

Amen!

GAZUNTAGUY wrote:
December 31, 2011

TRUE 'OLD SCHOOL' PATRIOT HE TALKED THE TALK AND WALKED THE WALK!!!!!! GOD BLESS HIM!!!!!