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Old 08-07-2012, 05:43 PM   #1
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I loved to see some beautiful revolvers. Upload some pics.

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Old 08-07-2012, 06:17 PM   #2
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Not mine but i plan on owning one in the next 5 years or so.
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How about these .45s?



Or maybe one of my .44s?





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How about these .45s?

Or maybe one of my .44s?

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Seein' as you've got TWO of them .45's, and I have none, I'll gladly take one off your hands! That way one doesn't feel neglected when you shoot the other...

I've got some guesses as to what those are, but I hope you'll spare me the embarrassment and kindly tell me.
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S&W's, a Performance Center 44 .mag, a 500.



629 with 8 3/8" bbl, a minty Model 25 .45 Colt



Freedom Arms .454, grips made by Charles Able, top scoped for stand hunting, the short one for carry.



Two scandium alloy S&W's top one is a 329pd, .44 mag, 2nd is a 325pd, .45 acp and the last is a 625 Mod. 25, 45 Colt.

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Seein' as you've got TWO of them .45's, and I have none, I'll gladly take one off your hands! That way one doesn't feel neglected when you shoot the other...

I've got some guesses as to what those are, but I hope you'll spare me the embarrassment and kindly tell me.
I really appreciate your offer, but, well..........

They are both Ruger New Model Blackhawks, the one to the left has had a steel XR3-RED grip frame added
the one on the right a steel Super Blackhawk grip frame. Both have steel ejector rod housings and color case hardened by Doug Turnbull. The right gun also has a Gary Reeder all steel rear sight, and fancy walnut grips by Lett.

Lett is now out of business. Both guns have in excess of 5,000 rounds fired through them.

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I love a nice revolver. My favorite handgun is my GP100.

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Charter pitbull in .40 S&W No moon clips required

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Charter pitbull in .40 S&W No moon clips required
How do you load it then, one cartridge at a time? Just curious as I always thought of moon clips as an advantage on .45ACP revolvers.
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