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Here's one in 45lc from 1892 that sometime in it's past someone made it into a sheriff's model by taking off the ejector and trying to fill the screw hole up. Haven't decided what to do with it yet. Leave as is or have a ejector put back on it. Bought in West Texas where I was born and raised. Any comments on what to do are welcomed.



 

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I vote for leave as is, it is part of West Texas history.
You may already know or may discover more about the previous owners and their use of the revolver.

my dos centavos only, it is your revolver.

rayb

Here's one in 45lc from 1892 that sometime in it's past someone made it into a sheriff's model by taking off the ejector and trying to fill the screw hole up. Haven't decided what to do with it yet. Leave as is or have a ejector put back on it. Bought in West Texas where I was born and raised. Any comments on what to do are welcomed.



 
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