|May 21, 2013, 10:48 PM||#103|
Join Date: December 16, 2005
Location: Paris, TX
45 Colt Single Action Army (serial # 1) Note serial number on the butt and forward of the trigger guard.
It was found to be in the posession of a US Cavalry widow in New Hampshire in the 1920's.
Uprisings started or quelled. Tornadoes rerouted.
|May 22, 2013, 02:52 PM||#105|
Join Date: December 1, 2009
Location: Stillwater, OKlahoma
5" S&W 620 7-shooter.
I love revolvers,,,
Especially S&W K and L frames.
A 5" S&W 620 7-shooter is my next Gotta-Get-Me-One handgun.
Last weekend I was at the range popping some rimfire,,,
A gentleman next to me had one and let me run some 38 Special through it.
It was an absolute Love-At-First-Shot experience.
It balanced in my hands so much better than my 6" full-lug 686,,,
I honestly felt that I was shooting my beloved 4" Model 15,,,
I put 5 out of 7 in a 2" circle at 15 yards,,,
The remaining 2 were in the 4" ring.
So yes, this gun made me stop and say, Whoa!
Caje: The coward dies a thousand times, the brave only once.
Kirby: That's about all it takes, ain't it?
Combat: "A Silent Cry"
Aarond is good,,, Aarond is wise,,, Always trust Aarond! (most of the time)