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Old September 17, 2012, 07:44 PM   #20
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Is the bluing worn off the end of the barrel in a spot or is that just the photo? Either way, that's a damn fine gun. Congratulations are I order.
Yes, it has a small bit of blue wear a the muzzle, and a turn ring on the cylinder. Made it easy to shoot it.

Took it to the range today and put 100 rounds of reloads through it. 200 grain, RNFP lead bullets over Universal powder. Very fun.

I was going to take a picture of my target, but I'd left my phone at home. The range only has seven yard lines so that's all I got to work with (which is plenty for me). After the first couple of cylinders I was just shooting at a hole in the target. Big bullets are good for that. Both D/A and S/A triggers were typical N frame Smith.

Mike is right. I'm going to like this one.
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