Not-So-British Bulldog

This post by Tinker originally appeared on tinker talks guns. In the 1860’s Philip Webley & Son developed a solid-frame, large caliber double-action revolver with a five-shot cylinder. These were relatively compact guns chambered for a .44 Rimfire cartridge, .442...

.38 S&W ‘Avenging Angel’

This post by Tinker originally appeared on tinker talks guns. A buddy of mine asked if I would convert a brass-framed 1851/.44 to an Avenging Angel for him, and since it is technically a non-firearm I said sure. So in yesterday’s mail a pair of Pietta 1851/.44s...

Range Report, 22 April 2018

This post by Tinker originally appeared on tinker talks guns. Linda realized that with her most recent purchase she now had a couple of guns she had yet to fire, so we packed up and went off to Champion Arms this afternoon- but things really started earlier this week....

Custom Sheriff’s Model

This post by Tinker originally appeared on tinker talks guns. I’ve always liked the look of the Colt 1873 Single Action Army- I mean, who doesn’t?  One variant that I always found particularly fetching was the Sheriff’s Model. Typically this model is associated with a...
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