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At least that’s what I’m calling it. I found a safe queen Single Six in .32 H&R Magnum, standard blued revolver with the 6.5” barrel. Since I’ve never had anything done to any of my revolvers except trigger jobs and cylinder bores relieved, I decided to make this one into a “Sheriff’s Model”. So off it goes to shorten the barrel, ejector rod housing, and ejector rod. A new front sight if necessary, a stainless steel Birdshead grip frame and a new base pin from Belt Mountain. It will also have the cylinder bores gauged and relieved if needed. A new set of desert ironwood grips from Chig’s Grips should round out the work. This is what it looks like now. I’ll post more pics when the work is done.
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