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Everyone talking about their 32-20's finally got me interested- That and the fact this is about the pimpiest gun I've ever seen. ;) Model of 1902 1st change

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whow! zee target model.. with factory pearls :love: MORE MOTHERS MAG PLEASE !!!

this ougha be what we use on the site home page banner - fly the flag !!!!
 

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Excellent 32-20 and you will like shooting it.
 
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whow! zee target model.. with factory pearls :love: MORE MOTHERS MAG PLEASE !!!

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I like it!
 

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Hey D,

Wow! Is that an 8-3/8"??

BEAUTIFUL!!

Later, Mark
Thanks Mark, It's 6 1/2". Looks pretty long on a K frame, doesn't it? :D
 
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Hey D,

Surely does.

You going to do any cast bullet work with it?

Supposed to be a real fun round, and economical as all get out.

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I'll try it first with a couple of boxes of HSM factory stuff, and then start messing around with loading up for it.
 

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Nice looking revolver. The factory pearls are a very nice addition. They are prone to chipping and cracking so if you plan to shoot or carry it a lot you might consider a second set.

Traditionally, the Lyman 3118 was THE bullet to use. I had that mold and sold it after I got a custom 100 grain Keith bullet mold. There are a lot of good molds available.

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Wow, I say... Wow! :whistle:
That has got to be the purtyest , round butted, long legged, blonde I've seen with a 32-20 figure! And a high mannered target model to boot! Not a cheap date fer sure!
Where on earth did you find her?
All of mine look like washer women. Not that they don't have good personalities.

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Not so long ago, the .32-20 was a pretty hot caliber. One of my old reloading manuals lists a 90 grain Sierra bullet propelled by H110 powder reaching over 1700 fps from a 7 1/2" Ruger Blackhawk. Old timers used to complain that it had an ear-splitting report. At 1700 fps, I don't doubt it.
 
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