My DH has one just like it,,.....well not quite. His is a .38 caliber. Yours is beautiful. His isn't.
They're nice little collector items. Normally I'd just put on the board for sale but this one I'd like shoot just for the heck of it. The trick is the ammunition. I've found one box of fifty rounds for thirty dollars plus shipping. One box. All others are out of stock. How's the weather. We're about to get wet.
Cool and windy. I did pick up that S&W 25-5. Sweet. We will shoot it tomorrow.
She must have been doin some slummin.
Fella said his grandfather used it for horse slaughter duties, and said the old man lost count of how many he'd dispatched with the little revolver. Lands and groves are still sharp. It arrived in a box and according to the son hadn't seen the light of day in over fifty years. I know for certain it hasn't been cleaned in at least that long. Powder residue required a brass brush and copious amounts of Hoppe's and oil. She was so dry, from lack of lubrication, her bones were brittle. She's now happy.
I have one I inherited from my great uncle. He had the trigger and guard chromed though.
They really are nice little handguns. Take her for a ride I'm sure she'd appreciate it. Thanks, my friend.
.32 short? I might have some ammo for ya!
Thank you, my kind friend, for your generous offer but yesterday I placed an order for the box of fifty and will probably only fire five of those and sell the rest. Nice of you to think of me. I hope all is well in your world...
A new toy for a good little boy....Enjoy.
I shall name her Equine.
Nice gun. It'll make a good addition to your personal collection.
Indeed...for a day or so. Thanks, my friend.