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Old 11-28-2012, 06:22 PM   #51
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Colt revolving rifle.......I think cuz the pic sucks.
Yep, Colt Model 1855 The cook off problem was so bad, that soldiers were instructed to steady the gun just forward of the trigger guard to protect themselves from discharges.
It was popular during the Civil War none the less. The US Army went with something else after the war due to this safety problem.
I think that gun would be a hit if they redid it in 45 LC, .357 mag, and .44 mag.
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I think that gun would be a hit if they redid it in 45 LC, .357 mag, and .44 mag.
Doesn't Rossi or Taurus make something like that? "circuit judge" http://www.rossiusa.com/product-list.cfm?category=15
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Doesn't Rossi or Taurus make something like that? "circuit judge" http://www.rossiusa.com/product-list.cfm?category=15
They are sort of like it, but ugly as hell. They don't really have that old west charm.



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Here's a tougher one. The gun it'self is common, but identifying it from a picture could be difficult.

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Stoeger SxS 12 gauge. Not sure on the specific model #

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Nope. Different brand.
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Nope. Different brand.
Is it personally yours?
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Is it personally yours?
No, but I plan on getting one eventually due to their semi low price ($300-$500)

This gun is no longer made, and the company goes my a new, well know name now.
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No, but I plan on getting one eventually due to their semi low price ($300-$500)

This gun is no longer made, and the company goes my a new, well know name now.
Ya as in H&R possibly?
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You are getting closer. Like I said, this company goes by a different name now. There were know for making working man guns back in the day.

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