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http://www.google.com/patents/US3380346

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The first time I saw this mentioned was in a Gun Digest article by Bob Loveless. It had this and info about his conversion of S&W mod 41's into his Field Guns.

I tried it out on a Balister Molina (?) and it really worked great.
It would shoot one ragged hole at about ten yards.

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Post Posted: Mon Jan 18, 2016 12:24 am 
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kurmudgon wrote:
The first time I saw this mentioned was in a Gun Digest article by Bob Loveless. It had this and info about his conversion of S&W mod 41's into his Field Guns.

I tried it out on a Balister Molina (?) and it really worked great.
It would shoot one ragged hole at about ten yards.


That would have been the old "Gun Digest Book of Pistolsmithing" by Jack Mitchell. Jack was the gunsmithing editor for Gun World magazine at the time, and the magazine's senior editor Jack Lewis assembled many books for Gun Digest using the magazine's old articles. FWIW: The book also features a then-unknown pistolsmith by the name of Wayne Novak, and includes a chapter devoted to Bob Day.

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