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howdy from VA! hoping to get learned here. i like it all, but SW revolvers seem to rev me the highest
My only SW atm is this "360J" .38 special. thats right, a 360 in .38. It's apparently overrun from a contract for Japanese police. I only bought it because it was seemingly the only black, .38 airweight with a full spur, cheap($369 i think), later finding out its origins
Here's a pretty extensive article about it, and interestingly, the Japanese Police Force
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Hi from Alabama , like other new members prepare to be enabled
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Welcome to the forum! Nice 360J and you got it a a good price as well. I bought my Japanese Police turn in and it was my first S&W revolver. I had the front sight replaced with a Tritium Big Dot and added Altamont grips.
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Welcome to the Forum. NC is a nice state so far, but we're under leftist attack, probably as intense as Virginia's was.
So far, this is what awaits you in North Carolina:
You could always help your county secede to West Virginia.... It would serve them right in Richmond if 95% of the state left along with their tax base and congressional seats.
They'd end up with the Duchy of Virginia with Bloomberg as king surrounded by a court of constantly annoying mommies...
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