Because Butch did it and I haven’t done it in a long time.
Something we found at grandpa’s, probably from his dad. According to the internet, they were made from 1880-1910. This one has been shot to hell and halfway back; doesn’t lock up tight at all and, well, notice the homemade hammer–great grandad was a Kansas blacksmith and I’m sure he made it himself.
Camaro in background for scale.
I want to know more about cross draw holsters. Can anyone lend a hand? The only advice I know to trust from gun forums is to not trust advice from gun forums.
Can you tell I’m stoked about this pistol in a way I haven’t been for a gun in a long while?
And while I had the big camera out, my dog was bugging me (I don’t think she really likes the clicky noises it makes, so she wanted to make sure it wasn’t going to eat me)
Awesome revolvers and cute puppies, what more do you want from me?
Put the 12 lb hammer spring and the 10 lb trigger spring into the GP100 last night, as I took the whole thing apart and put it back together again. Seems to still work. Unfortunately, it’s looking like a 95% chance of “Working this weekend,” so the true function test probably isn’t going to happen. Going down to my Uncle’s big Mardi Gras party–with food cooked by his friend from Louisiana–also probably isn’t going to happen.
Life gets in the way of life.