Tuesday, December 06, 2005

Name That Gun!


This is a quiz for the regular readers, with a special poke-in-the-ribs for Brother Sweeney and Farmer Frank James, our two resident wheel gun experts. Identify the Smith & Wesson revolver in the above picture.

Here are the hints:

It's an N-Frame
• It's in .38 Special

The winner gets an D-LUX INVITATION FOR THE RESERVED SHOOTING GALLERY SECTION (near the restrooms, out in the hallway) to the Outdoor Channel Mega-Party at SHOT!

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'll name it Billy.

Anonymous said...

Is it a 38/44 Heavy Duty?

Michael Bane said...

Nice try, Brian, but — BUUUUUZZZZ!!! — wrong answer!

I like "Billy," though — could be male , female or poodle.

mb

Patrick Sweeney said...

Hmm, looks like a .38/40 Target, humpback hammer, five-screw, with a 27/28 barrel screwed into it.

Patrick Sweeney said...

I'd love to comment on Catherine, but when I try to click there it tells me it is forbidden. How'd the software knwo what I was going to say?

Michael Bane said...

test

Michael Bane said...

Getting closer, Patrick...but still no CIGAR!

I edited my template and obviously SCREWED SOMETHING UP...Will try to fix it!

mb

Michael Bane said...

Think...wierder...

mb

Anonymous said...

S&W .38/44 Outdoorsman

Anonymous said...

Michael: it looks to me you've got a pre-war commercial frame (not a military frame) that has been milled and fitted with a relatively modern or well-post-war adjustable sight. The barrel is not a stock Model 27 barrel because it meets the frame exactly at the top front edge, so either the barrel has been milled down(shaved?)or someone found a pre-war .38/44 Outdoorsman barrel. If you hadn't of given the hint it was in .38 Special I would have guessed it was a 'special' .44 Special from Hamilton Bowen, but then I figure the whole thing is the product of either Hamilton or Clements. How close did I come?
All The Best,
Frank W. James

viagra online said...

The .38 Special was introduced in 1899 as an improvement over the .38 Long Colt which, as a military service cartridge, was found to have inadequate stopping power against the wooden shields of charging Moros during the Philippine-American War!!22dd

Oakley Jawbone said...

The reason mnbgqhj why the Oakley Frogskins can block the UV ray is that the lenses are coated with a layer of special film. Such Oakley Frogskin can block and absorb the UV ray as well as some visible light Cheap Oakley Sunglasses at the same time, which will reduce the transmittance of the lens. Therefore, the superior-quality Oakley Jawbone have strong resistance to the UV ray. Moreover, the coating on the lens is relatively hard and not easy to be abraded. As for how to determine whether a pair of cheap wholesale Oakley Jawbones is with UV protection function.

www.webhablada.es said...

Quite useful information, much thanks for this post.

Unknown said...

I really like your writing style. Nice Post keep it up.

Asus - 13.3"ZENBOOK Ultrabook 4 GB Memory and 256 GB Solid State Drive - Silver Aluminum

Asus - 17.3" Refurbished Laptop - 12GB Memory - 1.5TB Hard Drive - Black

yanmaneee said...

off white nike
longchamp
michael kors handbags outlet
christian louboutin outlet
air max 90
jordan shoes
yeezy boost 350
yeezy boost
nike huarache
curry 6 shoes