32-20 Walked into the shop today It's Mine Now
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    32-20 Walked into the shop today It's Mine Now

    This 32-20 walked in while I was sitting at the counter today. It is a 1902 gun that looks to be completely original. The grips are a perfect fit. The hammer notches are good as is the trigger. I had to switch two of the grip strap screws with the butt screw and the front guard screw and tighten the rest and now the fit of the straps to the frame is nice and tight. It does need a cylinder pin and an ejector rod head. The cylinder is broken off and stuck. For now the gun resides in the shop until the state deems me worthy. Sorry for the poor cell phone pictures.

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    This all started with one gun!
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    This all started with one gun!
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    Great find
    I would love to find one that nice
    Thank u for sharing it with us
    God Bless,John

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikebiker View Post
    Nice gun, congrats on the pickup. I never liked small caliber cartriges until I got to shoot a 32WCF. I have fallen in love with it and purchased a Taylors and Co. Cattleman in 32 WCF just so I could shoot the crap out of it. I also have a 1st gen 32 WCF and dont want to work it hard like I can work the T & Co. I have since realized I dont need (or want) a .22 anymore.

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    Love the gun. Nothing like a .32/.20 IMHO anyway. Love shooting this caliber. Thanks for sharing your new arrival with us all here. You did good.
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    Very Nice! I have a 1904 made 32-20 with 5.5" barrel. I'd love to find a 7.5" barrel to go with it.

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    Nice score!
    I don't currently own a 32-20...may have to change that.
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    That one looks like it will 'clean up' very nicely!!

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    Nice. I love my 1907 SAA Bisley in 32 20. Very fun to shoot. Very loud but very little recoil.
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    I know it's not a Colt, but i inherited a spanish-made 32-20 and was under the impression that it was probably garbage? Says Eibar on the strap but i know nothing about where to even start looking for relevant data on it


 
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