The .38 Smith & Wesson Special Cartridge
When all is said about the virtues and
desirability of the 3-inch revolver, just
remember you will always be an
Start by bidding the most you'll pay for
what the gun is worth to you. Often
times bidding ends below the gun's
worth to you and that's what...
One thing to remember about the .45 Colt
with the old balloon head casings (no extractor
groove) was that it could not be used in a Winchester...
S&W Model 19 Carry Comp
When it comes to S&W revolvers, no such
thing as having only one of the same model.
Mind you, I don't mean having duplicates of
I do like your bucket and water method for
finding out a trigger weight. It should be
marketed as the "JT Trigger Scale." You...
No, you did not get lucky.
Bashing Ruger triggers has always been very
fashionable when reporting on them vs. the
usual triggers found on a S&W....
S&W's general practice for fixed sighted guns
was to place the serial number on the butts,
not under the yoke. A fixed sighted gun was
In the case of the OP, he shouldn't cheat
himself out of the pleasure and quality
that a .38 at more than $500 could give
him. I think he...
No experience with the new Python but I can comment
a bit on the older Pythons from the 1960s to 1980s. It's
not just about volume of ammunition...
Rbernie and DaveT,
I think your comments are more toward automatic pistols
and not revolvers. Autos, I believe, do need to run "wet,"
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