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"The right to buy weapons is the right to be free." -A.E. van Vogt
Might have a box with some fodder on your doorstep. ;)
What is the number of shooters shown in the picture? And how exactly (beyond your sheer awesomeness and gun experience)do you determine whether a revolver that old is able to be fired safely, both for gun and person shooting?
And those you can acquire ammo for, still capable of doing what they were designed to do. I know it puts a smile on MY face, every time I put on my S&W 1917....
Al T.,Just got here! Thanks!
I'm very curious about that .30ish rimfire.
Gotta be a good gunfic yarn surrounding that little engraved number...
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and I behold beauty.
Pretty ones, and looking forward to the reports! And THANK YOU for the advice yesterday!!!
For years I couldn't figure out why old (Jesse James, Billy the Kid) woodcuts of revolvers looked so weird. Eventually, I figured out the artists were depicting S&Ws and Merwin Hulberts when I was expecting Colts.
Envy-ometer just about pegged here...
The 4" grip-safety hammerless breaktop (AKA "Lemon squeezer") at the center of the photo is quite possibly the most ergonomic ambidexterous handgun ever made. Not much firepower compared to a Glock, but it fits your hand like pointing your finger and fits perfect in the hip pocket of your jeans.
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