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I just got this old(1966 vintage)Trooper .357 which was an Officer's revolver!: It appears to have been kept in pretty nice condition(Although it does have a touch of "Character"):





 

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Nothing wrong with a touch of character . That makes it easy to enjoy it at the range . The pristine examples just tend to collect dust . I like to shoot them /forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif

Nice Trooper . Thanks for sharing .
 

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That revolver really floats my boat. Blue steel and walnut, ahhh...

Guy is right. It is in great condition and should be given occasional exercise at the range.
 

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Colt38:

Is that book the same book that I've got on my shelf? /forums/images/graemlins/smirk.gif
 

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bmcgilvray: Yes, since I haven't fired any guns at all for over 40 years, I think that you are right, that I should take this old Trooper .357 to the range, and exercise it! I'll bet that it's gonna be fun to shoot(But, I'll certainly be rusty, at first!)! /forums/images/graemlins/blush.gif
 
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