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9 shot revolver

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by bobland, Nov 30, 2010.

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  1. bobland

    bobland Member

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    Recently watched an episode of "Notorious" where the murder weapon was a 9 shot revolver. The date of the incident was 1987.

    Man murdered his daughter. Shot her 27 times. While the gun was never found (allegedly thrown in a river), the narrator repeated the 9 shot revolver numerous times emphasizing the need to reload 2 times.

    Just curious. What gun would that have been?

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    bobland
     
  2. KevininPa

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    Alot of......

    .........22s have nine rounds. Did they state caliber?
     
  3. Old Fuff

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    Harrington & Richards and Iver Johnson both made .22 / 9-shot revolvers. To a degree both remain popular today - especially the H&R.
     
  4. Sam1911

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    Could have been a few choices -- all .22s, I believe.

    H&R (905, 929, 939, etc) and Taurus (Model 94) make 9-shot revolvers.
     
  5. cowart

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    The High Standard "Double Nine" was popular years ago
     
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    High standard MK. I, nine rounds.
    I have one and wouldn't want anyone to empty it in my direction.
     
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    I've got a nine shot 22 Taurus. After two cylinder fulls the spent cases won't come out without tapping the ejector rod with something like a small hammer. Takes all the fun out of shooting the gun. Bad Taurus. Very bad Taurus.
     
  9. jfremder

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    I've got a Llama .22LR that has the same problem, has done this since new. What causes it and how can it be fixed?
     
  10. CajunBass

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    A nine shot 22 revolver. From 1955.

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    Just one possibility.
     
  11. hardluk1

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    wvshooter take a bit of metal polish on a cotton patch and brush. Put in a battery drill and polish the cylinder bores. It will work great next time out. Rough cylinders in many 22's out there.
     
  12. jerkface11

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    Cajun I have that same gun!
     
  13. gorenut

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    Why go 9 when you can go 20?
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  14. Tinpig

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    I have a 9-shot Taurus 94. Never had a problem with it shooting or ejecting. Great little revolver to start kids on.

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    Tinpig
     
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    Cajun, nice little .22 aren't they? I've got one identical to it.
     
  16. CajunBass

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    Yes, they are. The D/A is nothing to write home about, but the S/A is pretty good. I got that one for next to nothing a few weeks ago. It's almost as old as I am, and in a lot better shape. :D
     
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