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Old October 26, 2012, 04:56 PM   #10
Fingers McGee
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Originally Posted by Captain Kirk
None of the 'original' confederate revolvers were chambered in .44, including the LeMat (.41) or the Dance (.36) contrary to popular belief
Not exactly Cap. The Dance came in .36 and .44 caliber variants - with and without recoil shield; and, the Tucker & Sherrard/Clark & Sherrard was a copy of Colt's 2nd Model Dragoon in .44.
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