I love my Ruger Old Army with a .45 Colt cylinder. I am definitely adding a Diamondback Sidekick for plinking, the swing-out cylinder-- and .22 mag included–makes it the Hi-Standard double nine I never had.
That’s the truth! I have some gravers but never could get a decent line or curl. Google/ youtube it there are a lot of videos that make it look easy. Now days a decent laser and a rotary attachment will get you similar results, but under close examination not even close to hand work by a master. Kind of like the vinyl vs CD argument.
Here is one Michael Gouse Engraving did for Sixgunner
Elmer Keith’s original .44 Special #5 with
Bill Grovers .44 Magnum Improved Number Five. This looks suspiciously like the #5 I attributed to Alan Harton in an above post. EDIT Photo in above post is Bill Grover, not Alan Harton. Mind is slipping…
One of the first things I do in any litigation is investigating the online posts of the adversary and their witnesses. Even when clearly benign and intended as jest I usually can paint an unflattering picture. To be fair the same is true of my posts.
Regarding your value as a character witness I will leave that to the judgment of the forum jury.
Don’t get me wrong. I truly enjoy the irreverence of your posts. Please keep it up.