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    Going to Bullseye to test my new BUG

    I'll be at Bullseye in Tacoma at around 5:00 tonight to test my new BUG that I got there for $60. Found some ammo for it yesterday at the WAC show. Also plan to test out my wifes gun since I got it back from Taurus ( it failed to eject casings when I first got it ) hopefully it will work fine now. Of course while I'm there I'll have to shoot my OC piece as well and my old cheap .22 revolver. If anyone wants to join that would be cool. Hope to see some of you there.
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    So so

    Well my wifes gun is in good workin order now. I found out that the hand spring is a little worn out on my little revolver though and also the sear spring is missing. The gun did fire fine though, just reluctant to turn the cylinder. On a positive note, I found the parts I need for it online for about $14. So even after fixing it the total price of the gun would be around $75 and I'm more than happy with that price for a back up gun.
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    I wish I saw this before I left earlier. I would have gone there instead of Cabela's in Lacey.

    Glad to hear the BUG is working for you. I want to get one, but gotta get the wife her own first.
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    Anytime you guys go to the Sportsman, drop a line.

    I go there very often.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slowfiveoh View Post
    Anytime you guys go to the Sportsman, drop a line.

    I go there very often.
    Heh, it's like, no kidding a 5 minute drive. Maybe I'll hit it up on the way back from tomorrow. I need to throw some rounds downrange.

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    i always thought this story would be more compelling..

    Quote Originally Posted by tombrewster421 View Post
    Well my wifes gun is in good workin order now. I found out that the hand spring is a little worn out on my little revolver though and also the sear spring is missing. The gun did fire fine though, just reluctant to turn the cylinder. On a positive note, I found the parts I need for it online for about $14. So even after fixing it the total price of the gun would be around $75 and I'm more than happy with that price for a back up gun.

    if you took the time,
    to tell us just what your new gun WAS?
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    H&R

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    if you took the time,
    to tell us just what your new gun WAS?
    It's a very old (like over 100 years) Harrington and Richards young America safety hammer. It holds five rounds of .32 S&W. Pretty weak round but good for a backup and conceals very easily. It's almost too small for the smallest ankle holster I could find.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tombrewster421 View Post
    It's a very old (like over 100 years) Harrington and Richards young America safety hammer. It holds five rounds of .32 S&W. Pretty weak round but good for a backup and conceals very easily. It's almost too small for the smallest ankle holster I could find.
    Remember; the .32 was enough to kill the Arch Duke and start the Great War.
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