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I have had one and am always sad about the fact that I traded away my .45 convertable.

The grip frame was alloy as was the ejection rod housing. The ballance was great and the carry weight was not bad. It never gave me any trouble. Four and five-eights inch tube.

If I was to do it again,and I have thinking about it, I would: Put on a steel birds head grip. A steel ejector rod housing for more weight to dampen the .357 recoil. Bisley hammer and trigger. A free spin cylinder.

.38 special, plus P and 9mm are just gravy. You know I could justify the .357 for the wife and a .45 for me. Go for it. Teal Blue.
 
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