It's either an SL6 (.223) or an SL7 (.308). The roller delayed blow back action was like that of the HK 91. I had an SL7 some years back...
Good for you! Nearly 40 years is too long to go without another Gerber Guardian!
The Douk Douk reminds me of the German Mercator K55 "Black Cat" knife only it has a lockback blade.
Very cool and interesting "stuff" in that catalog! Thanks for sharing!
Try kristkonvertor.com for .22 conversion kits for black powder revolvers.
Maybe checkout mahovskysmetalife.com for some info on hard chrome plating. I think long guns go for about $170 or $175 last time I...
I use mainly RemOil for light cleaning work and lubrication. For long term use and protection I prefer RIG Gun Grease because it stays where...
Sure did! A complete, looks like new, black powder revolver and all that other stuff for $250...I know you did good!
Me too! Had a Model 58 that I traded in on some fancy semi-auto that I can't even recall for sure what it was (possibly a Benelli B76)....
Adjustable rear sight
Judging from your two latest acquisitions I would say your doing just fine getting back into the wheel gun game!
By all means, carry on!
Had one just like it only with the polished blue finish!
As much as I would love to see a new .41 Magnum revolver in any iteration (at one time I had both a Model 57 and a Model 58), I doubt if it would...
I would say you did very well at the estate sale! The pre-Model 14 is in great shape with it's matching numbered grips and I love the...
Do you know who made the grips on your Liberty Model .357 Blackhawk? They look like a pair of oversized target grips that a company called...
Nice job of antiquing it and great photo with the gun, belt and holster, the accessories, and the pocket knife!
For that price of $715 and no tax, I would be all over that King Cobra!
I have a rather early Gen.1 G17 along with the original all polymer magazines. Was at the range a few months back with it and found one...
Nice 9mm. Officer's Model you've made there! Great size and features!
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