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Old December 3, 2012, 09:20 AM   #9
Mike Irwin
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IIRC H&A used the "XL" model designation liberally on a wide variety of revolvers, sort of like S&W is now doing with the once-proud Chief's Special name. It used to be a revolver. Now it's also a series of semi-autos, a rifle, a toilet plunger, a bicycle, a mechanical adding machine, etc...
This is an XL3 single action spur trigger:

http://gastatic.com/UserImages/5885/...wm_2664459.jpg

And here is an XL model double action:

http://thefiringline.com/forums/showthread.php?t=259712


XL was even used on a series of large frame revolvers chambered for cartridges like the .44-40.


So, don't get too hung up on the model designation.
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