The Stainless K Frames
Below it is a Model 67-1. Astute readers will quickly wonder why this stainless revolver has a case hardened action. When I purchased it for $179, it had a corroded hammer. I tried bobbing the hammer, but that just did not suit me. Finally, I swapped out the hammer and trigger for case hardened target units. I completed the revolver with a nylon Hogue Monogrip. It, too, is a revolver that can take a licking and keep on shooting.
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