Prrrrrretty much what I'd be in line with. :)
If somebody were to up & ask you, right to your very face, "What's the big deal about S&W 27s?", your response would be...?
God, guts & guns.
Heavy on the guts in those guys.
Generally, you can lighten the gate tension somewhat & hone around the rough inside port edges, then just load the gun.
I have never, in 40 years...
My pet coachgun is an old Savage Stevens 311R.
That one will never go, but I'm liking not having to fiddle with moving my finger around between...
Huglu's done some good stuff in the past, and CZ's hammer coachgun was one of the best I've ever tried.
Liking what I find on this hammerless, and...
I've got the coachgun here on loan, appears all GO.
I'll probably be buying it, was wondering about other Sharptail experiences.
Anybody having any kind of problem at all with these?
Most, one way or another.
Most guns put out today are kit guns, 90% finished by their makers.
Grips are a minimum, usually, with sights, action...
I've got a J snub set up with a Tyler T.
Kinda like that one, too.
And a 4-inch pencil barrel with a TT.
I LIKE that!
Thought it was quite clear that in this thread about the Spectrum, where I specifically mentioned the Spectrum by name, I was referring to the...
The philosophy behind the Spectrum is not a range gun, a regular weekend gun, or a "training" gun.
It is, pure & simple, an absolutely no-snag,...
I did take the grips off when I acquired it.
An old buddy I've known for 40-something years was selling it, inherited it from his grandpa who...
When Henry started up in the 1990s, they used the old Erma .22 levergun design to base their introductory entry-level rimfires on, since Lou...
I jump in all over on other companies when I have something useful to offer.
I get into these Henry things because they are, frankly, so...
I don't get my info from Cabela's, I get it direct from Henry's general manager.
His name is Andy Wickstrom, and you are welcome to call him...
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