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Old 11-28-2012, 06:10 AM   #41
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It's a S&W Model 3 chambered in 45 Schofield.

How about this?
You cheated.
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You cheated.
Technically no, I didn't. I've seen that gun before, but it was the Russian model. That got me started. With a little help from google, I was able to go from the Russian model (chambered in .44 Russian and looks slightly different), to the American model.

S&W Model 3 third model Russian (.44 Russian)

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I think it's a S&W Model 3 chambered in 45 Schofield.

How about this?
2.7mm Kolibri Auto

Note: the round is the key to figuring this out.
Hehehe that ones easy aaron-its a 2.7x9mm
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Hehehe that ones easy aaron-its a 2.7x9mm
Very good, what grain is the bullet?
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Kolibri fired a 3 grain bullet, rated at 3 footlbs muzzle energy. Less well known was the magnum version- the 3mm Kolibri. The 2.7 was the smallest ceterfire cartridge made. Gun was a smoothbore- no one made a rifling cutter that small. Have one round of Kolibri in my collection.
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Technically no, I didn't. I've seen that gun before, but it was the Russian model. That got me started. With a little help from google, I was able to go from the Russian model (chambered in .44 Russian and looks slightly different), to the American model.

S&W Model 3 third model Russian (.44 Russian)

S&W Model 3 Scholfield (Originally chambered in .44 S&W, but later chambered in .45 Scholfield)
You are GOOD! It is a 44 S&W First Model Russian (Old, Old Model Russian, Or Model #3 Russian.
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That is a 48 shot Lefancheux............Excuse me, that`s a Joseph Enouy’s 8-cylinder, 48-shot revolver.
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Something I wish they would make an exact reproduction of today, only without the cook off problem.
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Something I wish they would make an exact reproduction of today, only without the cook off problem.
Colt revolving rifle.......I think cuz the pic sucks.
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