In case you missed it, The New York Times published a story on June 1 that the last of the service revolvers in use by NYPD officers will be retired and replaced by semi-autos. It seems there are still 50 officers who refused to give up their Ruger Service Six or Smith & Wesson Model 10s. This comes as no surprise since the other 39,000 or so swtiched long ago. I admit to a tear or two reading their stories as one spoke of his faded and cracked leather swivel holster containing his reliable old friend, a Ruger six shooter. I can just imagine what my Great Uncle, a retired NYPD Officer, would have said about this if he still could. He was a man who never left his house without a Colt Police Positive in a Hip Pocket Holster. Sorry, no internet link. Just a print reference: NY Times, June 1, 2018, Page A10, "For a Final Few Officers, the Era of the Revolver Is at an End."