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Old 12-01-2011, 10:19 PM
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Been planning on doing one anyway, since Checkman did one I figured I would go ahead and do one.

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There you go. Looks good by the way.
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Never seen a two-toned revolver before.
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Never seen a two-toned revolver before.
I never really dug it. (I traded it.) Apparently it was cool in the 70s. http://www.imfdb.org/wiki/Electra_Glide_in_Blue
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The 442 is kind of an oddity as the 442 as a gun is supposed to have blued steel parts. That 442 is essentially a 642 that they didn't bother to anodize to match the stainless parts, or a 442 they didn't bother to put blued parts on depending on how you look at it.
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The 442 is kind of an oddity as the 442 as a gun is supposed to have blued steel parts. That 442 is essentially a 642 that they didn't bother to anodize to match the stainless parts, or a 442 they didn't bother to put blued parts on depending on how you look at it.
I guess since the frame is blued (is was some sort of black) makes it a 442. Since both frames are alloy. I'd like to get a 438 in the future.
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