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Dan Wesson Heritage

Discussion in 'Handgun Classifieds' started by duginsky, May 19, 2011.

  1. duginsky

    duginsky Tualatin Active Member

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    Gone
     
  2. jamanrr

    jamanrr cabot,ar New Member

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    How about a two tone practical BHP worked over by Novak's with a fiber optic front site and an adjustable browning rear?
     
  3. Partsproduction

    Partsproduction Tillamook Oregon Active Member

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    I know I should know this from the serial number, but what year is this?
     
  4. duginsky

    duginsky Tualatin Active Member

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    Sounds nice though it appears that you are in Arkansas and I am only doing FTF in Oregon.

    The shell casing from the factory is dated 6/2010. I purchased the pistol new this year (2011) in February or March.
     
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    Partsproduction Tillamook Oregon Active Member

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    I have a high power, nice gun, 1961, refinished by FN. Do you know if the gun has the forged frame or cast? I can't recall whether it was 2010 or 11 that they changed to forged, all the DW's I have now are cast.
     
  6. duginsky

    duginsky Tualatin Active Member

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    I believe it was 2010 that they changed to forged frames. PM any pics you may have of the BHP; presume it is the internal extractor? Has it been modded to feed hollow points?
     
  7. Partsproduction

    Partsproduction Tillamook Oregon Active Member

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    It hasn't been modified, although I removed the obnoxious mag disconnect, I can put it back if you like. The trigger is 5.2 pounds, it's a Buenos Aires police HP, the original grips are gone, it has gorgeous wood grips and some aftermarket hard rubber grips. The trigger/sear pivot bar pin is the old style with serrations running through an oval insert, no roll pin as in later ones. BHP002.jpg BHP001.jpg

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