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Old 11-23-2011, 12:37 AM   #1
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Anyone know anything about this gun. I used it on my first hunt to make sure the animal was down and for the Mt. Lion that went through camp. I don't know anything about it



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Old 11-23-2011, 04:03 AM   #2
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Bro- do you have any IDEA how many companies have made revolvers that used the Liberty name? HAH!

We need something of a desciption and pictures. Let's start with the caliber, spur trigger or guarded trigger, solid frame, swing out, or top break? Any other markings on the gun? What do the grips look like? Seriously, there are about a half dozen companies that liked that name.

By the way, welcome to the forum. Good folks here, sometimes a bit goofy. Swing by the intro thread and say howdy.



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Pics would be really helpful also you might want to swing by the intro section and give us some info on yourself

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It has a interchangeable cylinder from a 22. To a 22 mag it was my grandmas dads gun at first it is about 5.5" long with a plastic handle

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Pics and serial #s if nothing else

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Pics and serial #s if nothing else
My Grandfather has it now so when I could get it out of the safe it will be posted right here
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Ok mon ami

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Does your Grandad's revolver look a bit like this?

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If so, that is a Liberty Model made by Ruger.

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Does your Grandad's revolver look a bit like this?

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If so, that is a Liberty Model made by Ruger.
It does a little it's not Ruger. A bit shorter though


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