Cool 44Spl's you have there. Great caliber.In progress? I think it's perfect now. Very (cliche alert) "businesslike". I like it plain with the factory grips. Are you doing it yourself? This fit's with my pair. The Bisley I just had rebarreled to .44 Special, and the 1958 .44 Special that used to be a cut down (to 5") 38 Special. Your short .44 is one of the coolest guns I've seen recently here.
That is a very nice .44 revolver! I especially like the Hammer; very easy to cock. What are you going to "improve" about it, I like what "Wyatt Burp" stated: "I think it's perfect now"!
Great looking 1st.That is a very nice .44 revolver! I especially like the Hammer; very easy to cock. What are you going to "improve" about it, I like what "Wyatt Burp" stated: "I think it's perfect now"!
Several years ago, I bought a 1904 Colt SAA from an older gentleman at the Houston Gun Show. I paid a little more for it than I should have, but the .44 Special caliber change sold me on it. I knew there was minor problem with it, but with the help of "swamprat" we got the revolver working perfectly by changing the broken Trigger Sear. I think the caliber change was made prior to WWII. I shoot some light smokeless powder loads and it is a tackdriver. Congratulations on your great find! Here is a photo of mine after I put on a set of Ivory Stocks.
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