I have, it is basically an upsized Hi-Standard .22/.22Mag derringer with the addition of a safety. I sold mine and bought a Ruger LCP which was...
Critter here's the fore runner: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mars_Automatic_Pistol
Most of the gun shows I've attended didn't have police officers checking guns, rather it was being done by contract security personnel.
Red Wind, I have 2, both Webleys made in the 1950s.
You might look at the Seecamp: http://seecamp.com/index.htm
Here's another proposed manufacture.
I went to one in Denver today, numerous venders with powder (I bought a pound of Red Dot for $25) primers, about $31/1,000, and some .30 carbine...
Joe Bass, played by Burt Lancaster, used one in "The Scalphunters".
I like the Ruger "Bisley" so well, I've got 8 of them. 2 "Big' vaqueros in .45Colt, 2 in .357, 2 "New" vaqueros in .357, a single six in .22, and...
Deaf, do you mean .44 S&W special, or .44 Remington Magnum?
FYI, the Henry "Big Boy" is not a legal NCOWS rifle.
Why does a "smart gun" need a manual safety?
Here's my ROA "Bisley".
When I converted my ROA to a bisley grip, Alan Harton made a "bisley" hammer for it.
I've had a C&R for 11 yrs, never had an inspection.
Yes you can carry six in it, if you pass on this PM me where it is and I'll go buy it.
Make it with a "Bisley"grip:
My ROA "Bisley".[ATTACH]
Here's 3 of mine, I have a total of 8 Ruger Bisleys, 4 of the large Vaqueros, 2 of the smaller ones, a Single Six and an Old Army.
The HK4 is not a polymer gun, other than the grips. That would come about with the P9/P9S which utilized a good amount of polymer in the frame....
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