Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by RevolvingGarbage, Oct 11, 2009.
I'm sure someone can help you with the date of manufacture.
What make is that, Taurus?
Rohm (RG) actually.
Is that the EAA Windicator? I held one of those the other day. Felt very nice for the price.
Im liking the dual tone on that RG too. Did it come with the nickel finish?
Im liking the dual tone on that RG too. Did it come with the nickel finish?[/QUOTE]
Yes, and yes. The EAA is in .357, and the RG has the Ulm proof mark on it and the year 67. S/N is 4260#
I only know that mine was made after 1968 (made in Miami after importation was banned) and before 1986 (when they stopped making them).
And I like it.......
1. Ream out the chambers so the gun can fire full throttle .357 mag rounds;
2. Cut an 11-degree forcing cone into it to improve accuracy;
3. Have the gun hard chromed or nickeled; and,
4. Have it scoped so you can hunt deer and small game.
A nice action job would also be in order. Oh, and you might want to eventually have a 6-inch Python barrel installed to maximize accuracy.
I would have gone for DUCT or GORILLA tape myself =P
While you're at it, might as well swap out the grips, frame, and cylinder with a Python parts.
please dont keep your registration and insurance card in there,or you and the nice police officer that pullsy you over for 'whatever, will surely have a nasty encounter.
Illegal in many states it totally irrelevant, because it is legal in my state.
Also, I do as a matter of fact keep my registration and other papers in a nice leather folder tucked between the center console and the passenger seat of my car. It is a good way to avoid a nasty encounter as you said, and I just generally hate the way papers tend to clutter the glovebox up.
Hmmm... I've got a lot of old .38 brass... .
BTW, use friction tape, not electrical tape. Friction tape improves your grip without accepting fingerprints.
It looks okay, but yeah, his price is a little... Unfortunately there's very little on these guns.
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