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Old 11-13-2012, 12:47 AM   #11
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the RG-66 was actually not too bad- the RG-14, on the other hand..........:

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Old 11-13-2012, 04:29 AM   #12
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I have a Rohn 22 revolver (looks like a single action but it is actually double action). Piece of junk. Only thing it is good for is as a dummy for practicing spinning or fast draw (unloaded of course) because it is steel so it has roughly the right weight and balance and you won't give a crap if you drop it.. I haven't fired it since I got my Single Six. I am waiting for a "gun buyback" program where they will give me some cash for it.

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VikingDad, those are the best ideas I've ever heard for having a Rohm. Touche!

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VikingDad, those are the best ideas I've ever heard for having a Rohm. Touche!
Actually the kids were using it for practice for awhile, now it is so loose that we have to lock-tite the screws (not that it was a tight gun to begin with). Next step might involve duct tape.
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