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Discussion in 'Handgun Classifieds' started by Doubletap, Jul 21, 2011.
Any Rifles you may b looking for?
None that I'm particularly looking for..but I never rule anything out..without considering it.. (Except for Taurus'..Lorcin's..CZ's..etc..)
Hey Double Dude FYI
The Highroad link does not work
I just found out this guy is in Colorado .... FYI
i have a remington 742 woodmaster 30.06 semi auto
If I was a hunter..I'd probably take you up on that.. But..I'll have to pass..
Thanks for the offer though..
I love the old prices on the box ... Nice
You have a PM...:thumbup:
How bout a G17?
Have you fired this...
No..haven't had time.. Did give it a thorough inspection and cleaning.. No signs of lead splatter..or anything that would indicate any issues.. Lock up is nice and tight..no cylinder wobble..barrel is nice..
Do they make an adjustable rear sight for revolvers like this?
The Model 10 is a fixed sight. If you want a blued, k-frame, adjustable sight .38 special S&W, you want a Model 14 or 15. There is not a practical way to switch this type of revolver to adjustable sights.
These have standard sights..which means the rear sight is basically a groove/notch milled into the top strap.. I have seen S&W adjustable sights installed..requiring a smith..and milling..etc.. However..it's very cost prohibitive..and frankly..I think it'd be a shame to ruin an original 5 screw...
The reason I asked is I was perusing my old 1950's Gun mags and I saw an adjustable sight offered for this model, it fit with a bracket that went underneath the screw on the right side up near the hammer. It was a greatlooking sight that required no fitting or drilling and didn't harm the gun in any way.
I was wondering if this or something like it was available, thats why I asked, I wouldn't drill into a nice piece like that. I may be old but I'm not senile,yet.
Well..I have not seen that..so I have no idea if they're still available...