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Old 04-19-2017, 01:05 AM
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Here she is, I picked her up today. I haven't had time to thoroughly clean and renwax her yet..... but I think the pics show the condition pretty well.
Lock up is very tight, I don't think it's been shot much at all, also learned a little more about the original owner, interesting story. After the first world war he worked as an engineer.... his son became a pilot in the Second World War and was lost in the pacific in 1942, supposedly on a test flight. I'll do more research on the father and son because I'm kinda curious like that.


The belt is in great condition but the leather holster is in serious need of tlc... any tips on how to care for the holster so as to preserve her for the future?

I also picked up a 38 single action(2nd model) from the same gentleman. Overall pretty nice condition, but the cylinder stop spring is broken or missing.
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