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    Posted by Dan from Madison on September 5th, 2007 (All posts by )

    Chicagoboyz celebrate diversity.

    Click photo for large version if you are interested. Cross posted at LITGM.

     

    12 Responses to “Photo”

    1. Verity Says:

      Some are for right-handers and some are for lefties?

      That’s fair.

    2. Jonathan Says:

      !

    3. Lex Says:

      A handsome arsenal, a happy addition to any dwelling place in the land of the free and the home of the brave.

    4. Dan from Madison Says:

      Thank you Lex. The best part is that they are not for show, they are all shooters…damned good ones at that.

    5. Jonathan Says:

      This is certainly a tasteful coffee-table arrangement.

    6. Nathan Zuckerman Says:

      taken from students at the library?

    7. Tatyana Says:

      You put glass dinner table in your basement?

    8. Dan from Madison Says:

      Very observant Tat – it was in the process of being inventoried for a garage sale.

    9. Tatyana Says:

      Dan, it’s a professional trait.

    10. zenpundit Says:

      What are the specs on the Ruger ?

    11. Dan from Madison Says:

      Ruger Mark 3 Hunter, Six inch barrel, all stainless, .22 lr. Since that photo I have installed a Volquartsen target trigger and hammer, along with Volthane grips. A real tack driver.

    12. Dan from Madison Says:

      Or did you mean the Ruger Single Six? That one is about sixty years old, shoots .22LR and with a cylinder change shoots .22 WMR. Single action only, very accurate and solid as a rock. As with most revolvers made a while ago you can safely say that they just don’t make them like that anymore.