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HWM Brand .357 Revolver

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by gexrich, Feb 15, 2009.

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  1. gexrich

    gexrich Member

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    I need to find out as much information as I can about this pistol. I understand that it is German made by Weihrauch and imported to the US by EAA. (If I am wrong about this please let me know.)

    My main question pertains to whether this gun is "drop safe" and if so, what type of mechanism does it use? (lock/block - transfer bar - etc.)

    BTW - I am an attorney - my client has been charged with creating a hazardous condition by dropping her revolver when the police were yelling at her.

    Thanks.
     
  2. Old Fuff

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    I'm pressed for time at the moment, but I will answer your questions later - either through an e-mail or personal message (PM) from this forum.
     
  3. Guillermo

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    Come on Old Fuff...we want the answer too.

    And Gexrich, we would like to know how things turn out.

    (BTW, Old Fuff is undeniably an expert on all things firearm)
     
  4. Old Fuff

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    I make it a policy to reply to requests involving a specific legal matter such as this one in a confidential mode. It may not help this attorney's ability to defend his client if the information is spread all over the Internet through a public forum. I am sure he wants facts, not controversy.
     
  5. Guillermo

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    That makes sense.

    Just always trying to learn something.

    Gexrich will soon know how fortuitous it was he came upon the HighRoad and you Old Fuff.

    Usually the client gets billed for expert testimony on their behalf so you are doing something nice for the defendant.
     
  6. gexrich

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    Client was found not guilty by the jury! Thanks for all the help.

    John
     
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    Not guilty info

    Can you post some details John?
     
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