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Old November 4, 2012, 10:57 PM   #9
Sevens
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There was a semi-automatic .30 Carbine chambered pistol called the Kimball. It was produced in small numbers in the late 1950's, looked somewhat like a High Standard pistol, and it was, by all accounts, not a pistol that is safe for shooting.

Aww heck, I see bamaranger mentioned it first. Interesting pistol, but not for shooting.

Taurus made a double action revolver called the Raging Thirty -- but I've not yet actually seen one of these and I've often wondered if it was actually produced or just advertised. I think it would be fun.

I've got a Ruger Blackhawk.
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