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  1. #651
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbkr View Post
    My K-frame "Target Masterpiece" trifecta (Top to Bottom: 17-2, 16-2, K38):


    The 16-2 now wears the same Ahrends Retro Combat stocks as the other two. I have the original grips for all three, but prefer the Ahrends for shooting. I also have a set of Herrett Revolver Target stocks that came with the K38, but would work on any of the three. They're only good for SA shooting and I shoot almost exclusively DA, so they're stashed away with the K38's box.

    Chris
    I have envy.
    I'm a great believer in luck, and I find the harder I work the more I have of it.
    - Thomas Jefferson

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheeler View Post
    I have envy.
    Thanks

    The K32 was pure accident. I walked into a shop that seldom had anything of note and happened to notice the 6" k-frame. I assumed it was a later version of my K38 until I noticed the bore was a bit smaller.

    There is some rash on the cylinder and frame as if someone set it down too hard on concrete, but it is mechanically perfect and the bore is clean and clear. Unfortunately, I haven't shot it much. I always seem to have other guns that need shootin' when it's range time.

    Chris

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpeto View Post
    What sights are on your sig?
    Not 45R - but they look like Warren tactical sights.

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  5. #655
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    Something a little Old School...

    I'm a great believer in luck, and I find the harder I work the more I have of it.
    - Thomas Jefferson

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    Nice. I like those old sodbusters.

    Even though I've owned some nice "tactical" knives in the past, most of the time I'm carrying some flavor of slipjoint. Most of the time it's my CSC Cannitler.

    Chris

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbkr View Post
    Nice. I like those old sodbusters.

    Even though I've owned some nice "tactical" knives in the past, most of the time I'm carrying some flavor of slipjoint. Most of the time it's my CSC Cannitler.

    Chris
    Thanks. I really like that knife but it's just a little too large for me to carry it comfortable in a pocket. I had the sheath made on a whim and the knife gets a lot more use now.
    I'm a great believer in luck, and I find the harder I work the more I have of it.
    - Thomas Jefferson

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbkr View Post
    Thanks

    The K32 was pure accident. I walked into a shop that seldom had anything of note and happened to notice the 6" k-frame. I assumed it was a later version of my K38 until I noticed the bore was a bit smaller.

    There is some rash on the cylinder and frame as if someone set it down too hard on concrete, but it is mechanically perfect and the bore is clean and clear. Unfortunately, I haven't shot it much. I always seem to have other guns that need shootin' when it's range time.

    Chris
    I absolutely enjoy shooting .32's. Even though I have a fairly substantial stash of factory ammo I decided reloading and eventually casting was the route to take with mine. Factory ammo is too expensive and too anemic to get the best out of the cartridge in my opinion.
    I'm a great believer in luck, and I find the harder I work the more I have of it.
    - Thomas Jefferson

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    I reload for the 32S&W (and 32-20), but don't cast for it yet. I'm set up for casting, just not 32cal bullets. I haven't found a suitable mould yet.

    I like to keep my 32 loads mild though. I think of it mainly has a slightly more powerful 22. I also have an old 32 hand ejector that I don't want to work too hard.

    Chris

  10. #660
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    That's prudent thinking on the Hand Ejector, especially if it's an I frame. I'm still tinkering with loads, I don't want primer buglers but my J's and K should be able to handle a little more than the SAAMI spec loads designed for the old Iver-Johnson's and H&R's.
    I'm a great believer in luck, and I find the harder I work the more I have of it.
    - Thomas Jefferson

 

 

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