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    a .32 HE from about '48 with matching round top grips..
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    an early 50's 32 HE in the hideout version
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    when it does pocket riding..
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    a 1917 era 32 HE with the 4 1/4 barrel
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrerick View Post
    The trigger guard is so BIG on those I frame revolvers!
    For a big trigger guard, check out the M frame top right:


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    At the Gun Show this past Friday, I picked up this 22/32 HE ("Heavy Frame Target".......chuckle).....

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    Fallin off ain't embarrassin........not gettin back on is.

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    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.
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    My .32 improved I frame, coil mainspring. Not sure what year of manufacture, but it's a little cream puff.

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    Regards, Bert W.

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    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

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    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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