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............five inches, and wearing adjustable sights I have bought in a long time. Thought I would give this one a try.

Its about the same age I am, but even with the use marks it still looks a lot better.

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Tony,
Nice one and I like the ammo boxes too!
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I like the photo/nice shot.
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...Thought I would give this one a try.

So are you going to shoot all that vintage ammo with the vintage gun? Love the photo and the gun.

Thanks for sharing,
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.........was down on the back side of our place, spied this old rusty bucket, and since there were no yotes out for a sundown stroll thought I would try this old Outdoorsman out, six rounds from about 15 yds., two holes, that will work ok for me.

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Awesome revolver in what looks like its in excellent condition. My longest barreled S&W is a Model 17-4 with a 8 3/8 inch barrel and it's also my most accurate S&W revolver.
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.........was down on the back side of our place, spied this old rusty bucket, and since there were no yotes out for a sundown stroll thought I would try this old Outdoorsman out, six rounds from about 15 yds., two holes, that will work ok for me.

Three for each eye of a coyote!!
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You made a valentine mickey mouse! Good shooting.
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The best, most accurate gun that I own is a 1953 Outdoorsman shown on the bottom wearing non relieved target grips for better control. It's spot on dead accurate!

The top is a NIB Outdoorsman that I was lucky enough to run across last month at a gun show, and of course the middle is a "like new" Heavy Duty.

I'm drawn to these 38/44s more than the pre-27s for some reason.
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Me too RGM 36. Its kinda like shooting a .22 out of those old Heavies.
You have some great examples.

This is my first Outdoorsman, been mostly HDs up until now.
Thank you Bill for infecting me with 38-44 fever.
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