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Old 12-09-2013, 06:10 AM   #51
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I had an old RG .22 revolver that I retired a few years back for safety reasons. Worst piece of junk I ever had. The cylinder was loose, trigger was horrible. It looked just like this one:
I had one of these as well. It was my "raincoat" gun in my mid-20's. Never failed to fire. Just looked Butt fugly, and never really fit my hand well. Dropped it once and cracked the grip, so decided to wrap it in double sided electricians tape. At least it fit better after that.
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My moniker Webley Fosbery 38 was both the best and worst handgun I ever owned (and only handgun I ever owned)!

Best because it was my dads and nobody had one like it (Literally there is only one other known to exist in the world exactly like it), it was a blast to shoot and looked like something Dirty Harry would carry ,

Worst, it was a complete failure when it was produced in 1903, thats why so few were ever made. It gave up stopping power to the recoil reload, and any dirt in the action would cause a failure to feed. I was always afraid that shooting it would damage it, it wasnt a young piece.

In the end, I cant own a piece of steel that is worth so much and has no practical use, just sitting in my safe, it had to go!

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I had one of these as well. It was my "raincoat" gun in my mid-20's. Never failed to fire. Just looked Butt fugly, and never really fit my hand well. Dropped it once and cracked the grip, so decided to wrap it in double sided electricians tape. At least it fit better after that.

I'm glad you didn't blow one of your fingers off with it.
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So far, it's been the Sig P232. Well made, but took a lot of rounds to get the gun broke in properly. It also took a bit of time to figure out which ammo to use with it. The best loads for this gun are the highest velocity loads I can find. I'm getting ready to get a Ruger LCP.

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Old 12-10-2013, 05:11 AM   #55
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I'm glad you didn't blow one of your fingers off with it.
Yeah, me too. It went to a tinkerer for $65 bucks who said he was going to carve new grips for it...
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My moniker Webley Fosbery 38 was both the best and worst handgun I ever owned (and only handgun I ever owned)!

Best because it was my dads and nobody had one like it (Literally there is only one other known to exist in the world exactly like it), it was a blast to shoot and looked like something Dirty Harry would carry ,

Worst, it was a complete failure when it was produced in 1903, thats why so few were ever made. It gave up stopping power to the recoil reload, and any dirt in the action would cause a failure to feed. I was always afraid that shooting it would damage it, it wasnt a young piece.

In the end, I cant own a piece of steel that is worth so much and has no practical use, just sitting in my safe, it had to go!
that's a cool gun.Does it break open to load?
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that's a cool gun.Does it break open to load?
It does, hold eight!
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My old m1911 had it for eight years until it jammed permantly and I bought another one but I still miss my old one

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My old m1911 had it for eight years until it jammed permantly and I bought another one but I still miss my old one
How can a 1911 jam "permantly"
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Even the factory could not fix it.

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