a .32 HE from about '48 with matching round top grips..
an early 50's 32 HE in the hideout version
when it does pocket riding..
a 1917 era 32 HE with the 4 1/4 barrel
Sing Dixie when they bury me, so I'll hear it for eternity.
Let us dream forever under Southern land with a rebels flag tied in our hand.
in memorium Patrick Loftus Co E, 10th Tenn Infantry, CSA
At the Gun Show this past Friday, I picked up this 22/32 HE ("Heavy Frame Target".......chuckle).....
Fallin off ain't embarrassin........not gettin back on is.
My Grandfather’s (now mine) 1928 .22/.32 HFT. Trigger guard modified by him for his hand, blued to match the rest of the gun.
You guys got some beautiful guns. Even the beat up one is beautiful. Bet it still shoots as good as ever!
Next year I hope to get a couple on here.
Thanks for sharing
An early post war Terrier with leaf spring and pre war style grips. The gun was shipped October 1950.
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Pre Model 35. (.22 target) Note the frame window is a little shorter than the J framed Mod 35 on the last page.
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