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for some reason, i like this odd-ball...................

call it another dead-end if you will on the eve-o-lution on the firearms tree. but dang it it still took some thought and thinkin' to come of with something that worked....

http://www.cruffler.com/historic-january01.html

probably will never get to hold one, but still a man can dream.............
 

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Cool.....I remember Webleys in .455 going for $4-$6-$8$ in ads in Argosy magazine and others.....S&W M10 for $12......they were actually an earlier model made like a Model 10....why I didn't buy a dozen......I wonder what happened to Webley when Britain disarmed her subjects????
 

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The S&W M&P the precursor to the M10. I have one made in 1956 and the trigger is the lightest pull of any revolver I've shot. The S/A is so light I actually prefer shooting D/A.
 

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The grooves in the cylinder reminds me of the bolt cam tracks in a 7.62 mini gun.
 
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