Let's talk about breaktop revolvers some more.
Someone makes a replica of an open-top Colt conversion/transitional revolver chambered in .38 Special. If someone can make that, why doesn't someone make a smaller caliber breaktop in at least .22 rimfire? Or has someone already? Replicas of a sort have been made of the Remingon double derringer in just about ever caliber but .41 rimfire, so why not a breaktop revolver?
And while we're on the subject, when did either Iver Johnson or H&R last make breaktop revolvers? Or any guns at all, for that matter?
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