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Old 05-31-2012, 09:42 AM
rick6336 rick6336 is offline
Join Date: Apr 2011
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It's good to see another TAC revolver. I inherited one when my father passed 2 yrs ago. I dont know much about it other then it was my great grandfather's., and that my grandfather carried it at a security job in the early 1940's. My father said once that he had asked many years ago about the Ser. # and was told that it was made around 1905. My father had said he shot a few times around 1950. It is in about 95-98% shape due to some minor holster wear on the front of the cyl. I haven't decided whether I wont to shoot it or not, but being a 4th generation owner, it's nice to look at. There is no wobble of the cyl. like I've seen in other older revolvers What really surprises me is that it is so small in my hand. It's a 32 Long.
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