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22 MAG cylinder - recognize it?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by mlukasz, Feb 7, 2013.

  1. mlukasz

    mlukasz New Member

    Picked this up in a parts lot and trying to identify it.
    I've heard H&R 649 or maybe an Italian Colt replica? Have you seen one and do you know what it goes to? It has 22 MAG stamped on the side and the letters PSF stamped on the face of the cylinder. Also, an insignia with two crossed swords. Check out the pictures and tell me what you know or think.

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    Last edited: Feb 7, 2013
  2. StrawHat

    StrawHat Well-Known Member

    What pictures?
  3. mlukasz

    mlukasz New Member

    try pics again

    pics attached

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  4. berettaprofessor

    berettaprofessor Well-Known Member

    The PSF indicates its Italian I think. Maybe a uberti?
  5. 303tom

    303tom member

    That is out of a Ruger Single Six..................
  6. CraigC

    CraigC Well-Known Member

    That's not a Single Six cylinder. The short, narrow flutes look more like a Heritage Rough Rider or its FIE predecessor.
  7. blackrussian

    blackrussian Well-Known Member

    PSF is the Italian mark for smokeless powder. Likely an F.I.E. import.
  8. BCCL

    BCCL Well-Known Member

    Looks just like the cylinder in my Rough Rider.
  9. RaceM

    RaceM Well-Known Member

    Rough Rider mag cylinders are not fluted.

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