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Old 07-27-2014, 02:35 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by OldManMontgomery View Post
Turkey Hunter, that looks to be a bit slow on the reload... but I'm not your Daddy.

On occasion I've been known to carry a Model P clone (Single Action Army revolver in .45 Colt). On rare occasion I have carried a Colt model M. Just for old times sake I have toted a four inch S&W M29 in a FBI type holster.

Nothing real strange like a Broomhandle Mauser or a Bergman Simplex.
Slow on the reload? What happen to one shot, one kill?
This is actually for hunting (not turkey either, geees). I try to refrain from OC or CC firearms with scopes, tends to slow me down a bit (like reloading)

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Nagant m1895 revolver with 32acp cylinder a few times, mostly while kayaking. That was before i got the sleeve for my 26.5 mm flare gun (H&K).
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