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Old 11-13-2009, 01:06 PM   #1
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Anyone heading the gun show at the Frederick Fairgrounds over the weekend ? It's 9:00 => 5:00 Saturday and Sunday .........
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There is a show on Saturday, but may be worth hitting on Sunday. I will call my cousins up thata way and see if they are gonna go too.
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I'm going to the car show at Curtis Bay at 1500. I'll make sure to gun face someone tonight to show my displeasure at missing the show at the Frederick Fairgrounds.
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I'm not sure I know what "gun face" is - but it sounds like looking at the wrong end of the weapon .........
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I'm not sure I know what "gun face" is - but it sounds like looking at the wrong end of the weapon .........
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Old 11-24-2009, 08:00 AM   #6
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Well, I didn't make the gun show - from some friends that attended, I was told I didn't miss much .........
Anyway, I have acquired a new toy - waiting on the paperwork to go through the MSP !

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Old 11-24-2009, 08:39 AM   #7
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Is that an N frame .357?
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Old 11-24-2009, 12:59 PM   #8
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It's an L frame - midway between the K and the N frame. The grip frame is the same as the K frame. It's a 17-6 - the last blued version of the model 17 22 LR before S&W went to the stainless model 617. The production date was 1989. I'm already looking for a 22 Mag cylinder for it - I was looking at a few very nice model 48 22 WMR's , but this is a much rarer version. And I'm also looking at several different model 586's - it's a difficult decision between the
4" or 6" barrels. I have a 4" model 19 I bought in the early 70's, so I'll probably go with the 6" barrel ..............
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Old 11-24-2009, 02:23 PM   #9
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What paperwork you speak of? Don't need no stinking ballistic testing ... Neat looking acquisition

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Well, I didn't make the gun show - from some friends that attended, I was told I didn't miss much .........
Anyway, I have acquired a new toy - waiting on the paperwork to go through the MAP !
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6" is more fun for target shooting. 4" or less is for kill'in.
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Old 11-24-2009, 05:19 PM   #11
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That would be this paperwork ..........
" Purchase of a handgun or assault weapon from a regulated firearms dealer is subject to disapproval by the Secretary of the Maryland State Police during a seven-day waiting period. The buyer must complete an application form that is sent by the dealer or law enforcement agency to the Secretary of the State Police for investigation.

The applicant is required to provide information regarding the buyer’s eligibility to purchase or possess a handgun, and a description (including a serial number) of the handgun being purchased. There is a $10 fee.

The application may be disapproved only if the purchaser is ineligible or if the information supplied is false or incomplete. If no action is taken within seven working days from the date the application is forwarded by the dealer, the handgun may be delivered to the purchaser.

Most Maryland dealers who are licensed by the Maryland State Police, however, routinely await approval from the State Police even after seven days have elapsed. In no case, may the handgun be delivered before seven days even if the application is approved earlier. "

And yes, Randy - the 6" barrel is better for punching paper - or pins; the shorter barrel conceals and draws easier - but you still get more muzzle velocity and energy from the longer barrel (within reason). Unless you've loaded up some special rounds with a faster burning powder - but not as pleasant to shoot. And I already have that 4" Model 19 with that sweet trigger job. Maybe we can shoot at the January session !
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6" is more fun for target shooting. 4" or less is for kill'in.

If I ever move to MD, I will be sure to enter that on my application.
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