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Old February 16, 2011, 04:22 AM   #1
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'blue prints"

is there any way to get usable prints or drawings of older revolvers? Would like to do some computer testing of CAD models of older handguns, but cant find a way to get correct dimensions for anything that i cant buy.

Interested in sw top breaks, idealy the 38 sw da/sa with hammers as well as the perfected model.

any other handgun of top break is good, even the starr percussion revolver would be nice to test.
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