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Let's see your Double actions!!

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Sneakshot92, Jul 18, 2020.

  1. grammontS

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    My girlfriends father sold me both of those , gave me a great deal on them. The 15-2 only had about 100 rounds put through it when he sold it to me. I took the other one so that I could keep the 15-2 tucked away.
     
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    Marry her, she clearly comes from good people.
     
  4. grammontS

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    There's a Dan Wesson forum that is packed full of threads of how to fix and tinker with his revolvers. Seems to be some very knowledgeable info on there.
     
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    The man has a serious gun collection!!
     
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    I believe the fixed sight is a model 14-1 , am I correct on that?
     
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    Am I correct with saying that the fixed sight gun is a model 14-1?
     
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    Well, since we got onto Dan Wessons-
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    IIRC, the 14-1 would have a "porkchop" shroud. The pictures a little fuzzy, but I think its a 14-2.
     
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    It does have the porkchop shroud........
    I also have the original box , wrench , and gap gauge for my 15-2. Great photo there of your DWs
     
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    One of my Victory Models. It was a little rough when I bought it.
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  12. kidneyboy

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    My Dan Wesson(s)
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    All of them? Okay...
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    A few Colts.

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    Some more Colts.

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    A couple more Colts.

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    Another Colt.

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    Howdy Again

    This Winchester Model 1892, Smith and Wesson 32-20 Hand Ejector, and Colt Police Positive Special are all chambered for 32-20.

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    Smith and Wesson 44 Double Action Top Break, 38 Double Action Top Break, and 32 Double Action Top Break.

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    Smith and Wesson Ladysmiths, 1st Model, 2nd Model, and 3rd Model.

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    Various S&W 22 rimfires

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    Merwin Hulbert 38 Double Action

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  19. Driftwood Johnson

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    Here is something you don't see very often.

    Savage North Navy Percussion Revolver.

    You pull the lower ring first with your middle finger, which cocks the hammer and rotates the cylinder. Then you pull the upper trigger to fire it.

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    I really like that!!!
     
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    S&W and Colt .357s.
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    It's a 1967 Trooper 357 4" which my wife's father carried when with the state police. He bought it for $85 in Jan 1968. It will remain in the family after I'm gone.
     
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