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    Cool N Frames...Lets see them!!!

    Recently there was a thread focusing on K & L frame revolvers. The N frame was something I didn't think I would be getting into but that all changed when I bought my 6" model 28-2. After that followed the JM 625 and then the 4" Model 28-2. I have been fortunate to have the 3 N frame revolvers in my collection.

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    Would I own another??? Well, if a nice deal on a model 25 came up..... Anyway, Lets see whatcha got...
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    627-5
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    27-2
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    N Frames are my favorite. Their recoil taming ability make them fun to shoot.......a lot. I load pretty mild loads for everything so that I can have fun without beating up the gun or myself. The Model 929 is the latest. The .44 Magnum and the .41 Magnum are sort of twins.
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    Then there's the 627 Pro, 625, 625JM, and 629. I seem to like the Burris Fastfire III.
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    Images of scoped revolvers in gun magazines of the 70s left a lasting impression. Model 28-2, 57/58 mongrel, pre 29, and Model 25-2 converted to .45 Colt.
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    Can't forget the old timers. Two Triple Locks that won't win any beauty contests but were affordable and still accurate.
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    N-Frames have been dear to me ever since Skeeter Skelton convinced me of their attributes back in the 70's.

    I'll flash a coupla interesting examples (in my opinion).

    Pre Model 28 5 Screw Highway Patrolman

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    Highly Modified 1st Model Triplelock .44 Special (shortened barrel, sights, finish, etc).....

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    Even greater modified 2nd Model .22LR (Thanks Yuma Bill).....

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    Pre Model 27 (not Registered Magnum) 5 Screw, 5 Inch Barrel.....

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    Model 21's Thunder Ranch & Heritage both .44 Special.....

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    Just the one Highway Patrolman along side the Detective.
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    I have 2, a 1955 Highway Patrolman and a 625-6
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    A 25-5 worked over by Austin Behlert.



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