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    Cool Home Made McGivern Bead..

    Hey ,

    A while back, (and parts were on back order, imagine that)....I decided that the removal, drilling, soldering in of brass rod, and re installing the front sight would not be too terribly difficult.

    So, wanting a McGivern Bead on this revolver...I so did. Much better than a plain Patridge Sight, for Action Work.

    This seems to work...for me...

    Later, Mark
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    Looks good. Should catch the light pretty well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Curt360 View Post
    Looks good. Should catch the light pretty well.
    Hey Curt,

    OOooooh....Yeah! Like a "Purdy Penny"!

    Later, Mark
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    The frame lug is a fairly easy R&R. When I converted the 28-2 from .357 to .45 ACP, I neglected to swap the frame lug. The new ACP cylinder was a bit shorter, so it got a running start at the lug. I drifted out the old lug and used a properly sized dowel pin for the replacement. I cut pressed the dowel into place. Then some file work to fine tune it. Some cold blue and I called it good.

    Now, I have to replace the pin in the frame that positions the stocks to the frame on another revolver.

    Kevin
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