Revolver Health Check-Up

This is a discussion on Revolver Health Check-Up within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Wow, for this newbie, that is pile of great info and I surely appreciate the benefit of your experience! And I have to agree, I ...

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    Wow, for this newbie, that is pile of great info and I surely appreciate the benefit of your experience!

    And I have to agree, I don't know if this is stickied already, but it definitely is deserving of such treatment.

    Cheers to all!!

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    Hey Mac, that's so eloquently written that I'd almost be tempted to CARRY one of those ol' antiques. But then I'd have to swap my iPhone 5 for...a signal flare.

    (*Please note my joking wink above. That's a GREAT piece of work & quite generous of you to share your hard-earned experience. )
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    "...I'd almost be tempted to CARRY one of those ol' antiques. But then I'd have to swap my iPhone 5 for...a signal flare."


    TPHTPHTPHTPHTPHTPHTPHTPHTPHTPH...!!!
    “No possible rapidity of fire can atone for habitual carelessness of aim with the first shot.”

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    Bumping this as there's been some Forum interest shown in revolvers, including the acquisition of good used revolvers.

    Had forgotten about it and stumbled onto it while seeking another article.
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    “No possible rapidity of fire can atone for habitual carelessness of aim with the first shot.”

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