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Not even close to a safe queen but,,,,
28 no dash 4 screw,S202821, finish was all but gone but it had no pitting or rust issues. The insides are as slick as they can get and it locks up like a bank vault. Shoots like a dream and the Galco lets it carry well on the wide belt. Not a show stopper by any means but it won't go 'till I do.
 
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Everything a man could ask for in a .357 Mag...rough and rugged able and willing...

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How is Jules doing? Thinking of her surgery brought up the thread and the reason I took it out for a run at tin cans this morning.
 

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My N-prefix 4" Mod.28-2. It is one of my favorites and a joy to shoot. Magna style grips are from Keith Kincade.
Bob
 

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azmick,
Looks like you found yourself one heck of a nice shooter! Congrats!
 

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The perfect .357 and you won't be afraid to use it. The only .357's I have left are a nice 28 and a shooter 28. The shooter gets a lot of plinking time.

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xtimberman said:
Azmick,
You need to post that holster pic on the classic leather thread!

xtm
XTM, it's a work horse, not like the show horses in your thread.
It suits me though, falling down a rocky slope chasing a pig won't hurt them much, just give them a bit more 'character'
Shooting it this morning just made me fall for it again {been about 2 months since it's been out}
FoodFuzz,
are those grips a little bigger on the bottom than factory Magnas, or is it a photo angle thing?
 

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azmick said:
xtimberman said:
....XTM, it's a work horse, not like the show horses in your thread.
It suits me though, falling down a rocky slope chasing a pig won't hurt them...
Show horses! You've cut me to the quick! :| Whatever you say... :? ....but I stuck 'em in the holsters to cover up the scars - just look closely at the grips on the M-15. The leather looks like it has been better cared-for than the revolvers. Not really, but it sort of looks that way in the photos. ;)

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The grips are thicker than factory Magnas. Keith Kincade makes them that way. At least the three pair I have from him are like that. They are a bit more hand filling than the regular grips and give me a little more control.
Bob
 
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