As a follow on to my S&W lamentation bout the onboard trigger locks on S&W revolvers, Windy asks: "Windy Wilson said...So, I can swap out parts on the S&W, too, and eliminate the possibility the zit will lock up at an inopportune time (as has been documented)? Who would tell me what parts to swap out, or is it a case of if I have to ask it is beyond my capabilities?"
What exactly do you have to do to get rid of the redundant lock work under that revolver zit? Is there an online resource that could help me, and Windy, out? I've been kinda intimidated to try to take the sideplate off on a revolver, myself...
Name This Bridge - The ice cream machine has been on the road. Here's an image from the trip. Name the bridge and win a free post to read tomorrow.
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