Thank you Gordon !
I got 'er done.
Thanks for sharing your great info and knowledge !:)
Simple is as simple does.
It's great when calm and meaningful replies helps us get our act together.
Thank you so very much....
Lead. Plan on chipping it until it clears.
Sorry, but I don't have that capability.
Thanks, but not helpful. I plan to do one of the above, unless someone has a better fix.
The 32/20 inserted easily into the Nagant cylinder, and rotated around to the barrel, but lacked about 1/16 " or so to chamber.
I failed to mention that my wife gave me one for Christmas, somewhere around 20+ years ago. She paid approximately $ 600 + tax for NIB. I'd say...
Hmmmmm ?? !!!
You can't find anything either.
Very interesting !
I.have examined a Colt 1911, as per the above title, but cannot find any reference to it in the 38th Edition of the Blue Book of Gun Values...
I might mention (for safety reasons) that the pre-1945 models should not be carried with a.loaded round hammer down.Dropping it with a loaded...
I think what most are saying, is that since +P was introduced, they have lowered the loading now to what was nearer the standard load. You won't...
Thank you very much !
Is it safe to fire .38 Sp. +P ammo in S&W M&P models made in or about 1940 or 1941 ?
If not, what type ammo is safe?
Could you please give me the date of manufacture for:
a: .38 Sp
g: side loading ? M&P ?
OOOOPS ! I have an addendum to the above (#17) posting.
I finally got the 3/8" screw nut to fire DA (with more ease). It was a 1941 Tula.:)...
Thanks for the link, GBExpat, but in my case, it didn't work.
I used a nut for an 3/8" screw, which appeared to be the same size in the video....
You are so right on all the above.
I'm not trying to be an intelligent donkey, if you know what I mean.
Just attempting a little fun as I walk The...
It looks like that fella was big enough to fire DA all day long !
But, about that lead fishing weight ( we call them fishing line sinkers here at...
I enjoyed the video, but I must have missed how the #10 nut is secured.
Looks like it would fall out.
Sorry. I meant that mine is likely the first model.
Probably over 20 or 30 years ago. It is a Model 995.
It has no skeletonized stock and no...
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