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Old 03-08-2012, 01:33 PM
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Default Spanish T.A.C. revolver

Here are a few pictures of a revolver that I just inherited. It was in a box in my mother in laws garage for the past 20-25 years.

It seems in great shape but after researching and reading all I could find on Spanish made guns I have my doubts about firing it.

It has a TAC logo on left underneath the cylinder release. It has stamped on top of the barrel "Best American Cartridges Are Those That Fit Best The T.A.C. Revolver" Also Stamped on the left side of the barel "For 38 Special and US Service CTG"
On the right side of the revolver is stamped "SPAIN" Serial number on bottom of grip/butt is 182XXX (I X'd out part of the serial # because I see that other poster's do - but since I'm new to gun forums - I dont know why they do it)

Any info or thoughts are welcome
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