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Old December 12, 2012, 10:20 AM   #72
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When I first got my handgun permit, I bought a used (yet beautifully pristine) Dan Wesson in 357, with an 8-inch barrel.

Once loaded, it locked up about every fourth round -- AND, despite polishing the cylinder, the full length .357 mag shells ALWAYS stuck, requiring a dowel and a crapload of effort to pound them out.

Very accurate gun, but I never shot more than a few dozen rounds through it.

I realized, when I traded it, that it still looked like it was in pristine condition. BECAUSE YOU CAN'T SHOOT IT.

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