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    Quote Originally Posted by timetripper View Post
    That's a nice one Bill. Mine is a half round, half octagon with the crescent butt. Not much finish but a dandy shooter. Come to think of it, I have 6 guns chambered for the 32-20 Winchester: the 92 Win, a Stevens 44 single shot, three S&W hand ejectors and a Italian made Colt SA clone. The latter, a Uberti, is the only one with nearly 100% finish.

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    I say "nearly" because I had to file down the front sight because it shot way too high. I think the height was set for 45 Colt.

    John
    Yeah John, the .32 WCF can be addictive. I like that Uberti........reminds me of mine which BTW came from a forum member/friend in Tucson. I too have several S&W HE's.......Here's a purdy one.....

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    Hey bill,
    Nice find with that rifle! Looks to be in fine condition. Congrats!
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    If your gonna stay on this trail we gotta find you a big bad Buckeye 32-20/32mag.
    That's how you find the top end redline for 32-20. (and 32mag/.327 for that matter)
    NOPE ,,,,, can't have mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by needsmostuff View Post
    If your gonna stay on this trail we gotta find you a big bad Buckeye 32-20/32mag.
    That's how you find the top end redline for 32-20. (and 32mag/.327 for that matter)
    NOPE ,,,,, can't have mine.

    Yesiree Al, thanks for offering to let me borrow yours.............I'll be down there this weekend and I'll be sure to take good care of it for you. Let me know when you want it back (yeah right).

    I missed out on one of those at the LGS awhile back...........I should have bought it and I've kicked myself since. Indeed, when the right one comes along, it will come home with me.

    Here's another S&W with interesting grips.....

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    A lever gun with an octagon barrel... what's not to like?

    32-20 is icing, I'm jealous/envious. Guess I need to offset that by posting a pic of my Buckeye

    I found another Buckeye .32 H&R Mag cylinder on ebay, it's going to be reamed to .327 Federal, I wanted to keep the cylinders original to the gun unmolested.

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