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Hi
Well Here is one of the Rarest 1926 Targets with a 4 Inch Barrel.
It is one of only two known to exist
It was a special order shipped in 1940 to Sgt. J. M. West of the Nashville County Patrol. This revolver won a special award in 2007 at the NRA Annual show. There are only 10 special awards given each year
by the NRA.
It is in my collection and is also one of my favorite Pieces.
Jim S&WCA Member 1491

 

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Jim,
I'll take it! :mrgreen: You know that is one of my favorite revolvers! I think it is one of the coolest looking revolvers! Thanks for posting it!
Bill
 

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You know, it's just not right that an identical gun isn't a current production item. Wonderful revolver!
 

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Terrific gun, Jim. A rarity that defies description!

What do you know about Sgt. West? A man who would specially order such a gun had to have a lot on the ball so his law enforcement history might be very interesting.

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Jim,

I hope to see you, Judy, that gun, and your others at Troy in a few weeks. What kind of display are you planning...or is it a secret?

Bob
 
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