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All these 4" 624's are really getting to me. I know where a 6" is but I would prefer a 4". Nice bark on the stags, very classy. Nice guns in my favorite cal.
 

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That is a nice pair Bill. I never felt I needed a back up for the hot tub though.
 

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Will these old beaters do?



.44 HE3rd, Model of 1926, Pre war.
Wolf and Klar. Fort Worth, Tx.
25 February 1937



.44 HE3rd, .44 Miltiary, Post war. Pre- Model 21.
Charles Greenblatt Co., NYC
15 February, 1955

 

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azmick said:
That is a nice pair Bill. I never felt I needed a back up for the hot tub though.
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I did mention imaginary situation use. When the primary gun is at the bottom of the tub, I still might need one that works!!
Bill
 

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oldscot3 said:
Here's a couple of 5 inchers.... 44mag and 38spcl[]
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Welcome to the forum. Couple of nice pistols you posted. I have one those 5 inch 44's similar to yours. You will find that most of the folks around here appreciate quality handguns.
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RdrBill said:
Drew.

Those are some nice.... Bill
Bill, they were just some of stuff closest to the top of the pile... ;)

Your 4" 1950 .44 Target ain't nothin' to sneeze at either there Pard...

Nice gun. I ain't got one of them....

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RdrBill, you start some interesting threads! :)

A couple years ago, I bought this new Model 21 for a ridiculously low price at a CDNN clearance. I like it so much, it's become my "truck" gun. I even put on some of P.G.'s bone stags:


Sorry, but it has the little hole where the IL used to go. :)


I have several good handloads for it - a pleasant plinker and one that would do Elmer proud. Both shoot to the POA. The best thing about it is that it is a full 3/4 lb. lighter than my 6 1/2" M-29!
Pic with the dang-useless Altamont grips that came on it:


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RdrBill - Thanks for the compliment, I mostly just lurk and drool but I do agree... lots of very fine smiths here.

Charlie - I thought you might be around here directly.
 
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