Looks more like a 38 to me!
This is a discussion on Lets see some of your revolvers. within the Wheel Guns forums, part of the Other Firearms category; Nice cylinders....
Yep,I'm with you on the J frames.
It's not much but it's mine now. This use to belong to my grandfather and was passed to me. Just thought I would share. It's a Colt Cobra 38 Special CTG.
sweet old-time gun. can prolly tell some stories....
Here are some photos attached.
The first is a Ruger Vaquero .45 Colt.
The second is a Smith & Wesson .38 Special "Victory Model" from around 1943 I think. Serial # is V209xxx. It has "US Navy" stamped on the top. It was grandpa's gun. Grandpas gone so I never asked him about it, but dad says gramps was in the Navy reserves or something during WW2.
Oh, I disagree! My wife carries a 1963 Cobra, weighs in at 15oz's, six holes in the cylinder, a butter smooth trigger...what's not to like? With the exception of not being really suited to shoot +P's, I can't think of any reason to ever replace it with a J frame. This is a group photo of some of the grips I have made, the arrow obviously points to the wifey's Cobra...Originally Posted by LCP HEAT
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