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One I keep bouncing back to from time to time is a Uberti 1873 in .357 Magnum or, most preferably, .44 Magnum. Of the variants, this one in particular:
I see decent reviews online, but don't know much about them. (The only 1873 I have, albeit quite limited, experience was an original in...
So, this evening I acquired a Rossi Ranch Hand. They look like this:
In that factory-built state it is a "pistol", not NFA. Naturally, I have no intention of leaving it in said state. My plan is to:
Thread the barrel to ½ x 28 for use with a can.
File via eForms for a stamp to SBR said...
So, things are getting weird, to be put it mildly. This guy is working on, making plans, etc., to take care of business, for the family, close and extended. Most of the work is not in the field of firearms (e.g., land, finance, business, et al.), but there are some, like this one.