I like the blanket also!All
In a dark corner of a safe full of S&W's and M1 Garands lives the OTHER GUNS.
Some Rugers with three screws.
1. 357 Magnum Flat Top, 1959. Has some fancy, value enhancing, nickel work. Has a set of Sambar stag grips worth just short of what I paid for this gun recently. Bought the gun for the grips. I am easily influenced by Leo.
2. 22 LR Flat Top, 1959. Plain gun.
3. 22 WMR Flat Top, 1962. As new. Box, docs, extra serialized 22 LR cylinder, and original factory air in the box. Box marked 22 WMR.
4. 41 Magnum 1970. Plain gun.
5. 22 LR Bearcats. They belonged to my father. Not really a three screw, but, they have a 4 click hammer.
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You can thank the anti gun nuts for that. I think the federal government had some kind of hammer drop tests too! The 3-screw revolvers are actually 5-shooters!
It had nothing to do with anti gun nuts. It was due to liability issues when they lost a lawsuit and wanted to protect themselves from others. They went beyond what most companies would have done. My Rough Rider is not drop safe and will go off if dropped with a cartridge in the cylinder (guess how I know) and Heritage uses a safety instead of installing a transfer bar safety like Ruger did.You can thank the anti gun nuts for that. I think the federal government had some kind of hammer drop tests too! The 3-screw revolvers are actually 5-shooters!