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45 ACP-

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1979 S&W Press Release - Announcing the Model 25-5 45 Colt Revolver

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I find myself astonished that the N Frames section of this post makes no mention of .45ACP or .45 Colt chambered revolvers. Gasp. H.
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I find myself astonished that the N Frames section of this post makes no mention of .45ACP or .45 Colt chambered revolvers. Gasp. H.
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Just got a s+w lady smith 6 shot 357 with 3 inch bbl. How do I determine the mod number and frame size?
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I would like to Nominate the "Historical Guns" series of threads
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I wont Post all the threads at this time
But if given the "Go Ahead" i will compile them
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