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Came home from work on Wed to find a nice box waiting for me. Then again on Thursday.
The first one shipped with the cylinder removed, still waiting for the right screwdriver bit so I can properly install it. Was thinking of grinding my own on Thursday, but then the second box arrived so I thought I could wait.

Bit of rust in fron of the ejector rod on the assembled one, not sure what to do about that...

Did I mention? 63 and 67.
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Very nice!! I wish that fairy would visit my house!! Was the cyl. removed as a shipping requirement?? Both of those should be sweet shooting guns.
 

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You sure it's rust and not just cherry color?
OH, yes, that's right. It is cherry :)

Took it to the range on Friday (don't tell my boss why I wasn't at work). The cylinder release latch is sticky, so I didn't shoot it too much-- made me nervous. Took some shots in single-action, and the trigger was amazingly smooth. I never felt that I pulled it. It isn't that I was surprized when the gun fired, I felt in control, more like I had telepathic control over the firing.

Safety note-- if anyone noticed something in the cylinders, those are snap-caps.

And Broknaxl, yes, the cyl. removal was a shipping requirement. EU gun laws are a bit goofy.
 

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That darn dumb gun fairy goofed again, they should of been delivered to my place instead of yours, Please forward to my house with shipping COD. I apologize for your inconvenience .

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Seriously, they look nice,
 
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