Lew Horton Distributing announces its newest Special Edition revolver from Charter Arms — the Backpacker. Hope he brings it out again. The revolver is still used as a side arm and is still taken seriously as may be seen in this forum. I'm pretty certain she's a Lew Horton seller also found original holster which i understand came with the Horton package Wow. There is a light patch of thinning on the left sdide under the barrel. This treatment brought out the underlying richness of the grips.
Also they are from the perfomance center. Hope this helps Pat Olvey email retired leo Click to expand. I just think that the 44 special is a very useful cartridge and most of the time we do not need magnum power. It has a rib running upward between the cylinder opening and the cylinder latch. I didn't send mine in and I shoot the crap out of it heavy loads. We did not fire this handgun.
They are the only two I have ever seen. The newest model to come from that lineage, the Backpacker, excels in both rolls. I have the brother to that revolver. Hell, I even small game hunt with it. They are pretty smart folks and found that there is a market for non catalog guns. I have thought about selling it, but I do not know what it would be worth.
They were special grips for the Lew Horton edition. The five-round handgun has been fitted with an elegant set of walnut grips, designed not only to enhance form, but also function. I purchased mine new in approx. All paper forms of payment already reflect a 3% cash discount. Called the Backpacker, the new wheelgun is a Bulldog with a stainless steel frame and 2. The cylinder has a faint defined dragline. This stuff is actually a light varnish and sticks very well to the modern Jiminy Cricket, who-gives-a-flip wood treatments.
In the N-frame: If you want to pack something that big for people defense you can have 8 rounds of 357 and find ammo in abundance at any store and shoot light 38 too. Hogue Bantams are a perfect grip for those guns. Lew Horton is a distributor. They were rugged in 1918 and they are still rugged now. Under the grips the frame has a few pinprick spots of ersoin not visible with the grips on the gun. There is no end label. Mild to wild, it's got it all! Sorry I was rattling on!.
Most handbooks loads thought to duplicate the factory load reach that level of velocity and are significantly more powerful than current 246 grain factory ammunition. They had some really good ideas. Both Holsters were made for the limited edition model at that time. Model 1917 substitute standard side arm of World War I if I had to make use of it. Returns less shipping are accepted within 3 days of when the item is delivered with signature confirmation. I think it is one of 5,000 that were issued in the early 1980's. A soldier equipped with one of the M1917 revolvers, proper holster, and supporting gear including moon clips would find them pretty speedy to load from the belt with a bit of practice.
Introduced around 84-86 as I recall. I suppose I could knock it out of the dovetail and send it to get a new insert but I am not going to. Don't never sell that one. It has adjustable front sights and they made 5000 of these. I have the box, cleaning kit, front and rear sight adjustment tools, manual and the warranty card for this. Someone could outbid you in the final seconds of the auction if your Max Bid isn't high enough. All Federal and State laws apply.
Don't never sell that one. I like the guns and the 100+ year old cartridge. The glossy deep blue finish acts like a mirror. There are a few light scratches scattered about. About the same time as the Model 24-3's in.