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Another find from the MIL's house. The serial appears to be around 1968. There is a lot of wear on the bluing around the crown, and a little on the trigger guard and cylinder. There is some rust on the rear sight, but not much. Its a fantastic dry-shooter, trigger is clean and light in SA. Cylinder turns smooth but it could be better. I have not done anything to it yet.

Revolver Air gun Trigger Wood Gun barrel


Revolver Air gun Trigger Wood Gun barrel



Wood Household hardware Gas Machine Bicycle part


Any info or comments would be appreciated
 

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Popped the side plate and grips, no corrosion inside so I cleaned it out with some alcohol and reoiled the moving parts.

Revolver Trigger Air gun Wood Gun barrel


The pull weight in double action averages 5 lb, in single action it is around 1 lb 7 oz (about the same as my Savage 22 rifle).

Somebody has taken good care of this one, Its definitely a keeper
 
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