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just mailed out my Dan Wesson model 44 receiver yesterday to have the non fluted cylinder installed. cant wait to get it back.

love the looks of the non fluted cylinders!!
 

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Joe S. said:
just mailed out my Dan Wesson model 44 receiver yesterday to have the non fluted cylinder installed. cant wait to get it back.

love the looks of the non fluted cylinders!!
Who's doing the Cylinder for you?
 

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CZ bought em out. They still work on em and there are talks about them producing revos again. They have been doing 1911s primarily last few years.
 

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Ahhhhh. Got my fix! I will check back to this thread from time to time until it gets home! :D

Thanks!
 

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I am actually taking a couple design cues from that pistol. I am going to have the full underlug on mine tapered down similar to yours.
 

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here are a couple ideas i have...

semi-bobbed hammer, trimmed underlug and slotted shroud.

also some top strap and trigger stippling, grooving, checkering (whatever it is called). lol


for a real pic of shroud slotting, here is a 445 that Dan Wesson put out. i gather most of their ultra, super, max caliber guns use this slotting. i think it is cool. one of the advantages to having the barrel separate of the shroud.
 

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Gonna be a while too. Got another project to finish first. But I didn't want to miss out on the non fluted cylinder.
 

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Joe S. said:
CZ bought em out. They still work on em and there are talks about them producing revos again. They have been doing 1911s primarily last few years.
That's right! I forgot about that.
 

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Joe S. said:
here are a couple ideas i have...

semi-bobbed hammer, trimmed underlug and slotted shroud.

also some top strap and trigger stippling, grooving, checkering (whatever it is called). lol


for a real pic of shroud slotting, here is a 445 that Dan Wesson put out. i gather most of their ultra, super, max caliber guns use this slotting. i think it is cool. one of the advantages to having the barrel separate of the shroud.
Now Joe once you get all this work done how long do you think you will actually keep the gone long enough to have a bond with it. Cause everytime I turn around your just like dad selling everything you have once you get it. hahahaha :lol4:
 

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I only sell the stuff I don't really care for. This gun is why I got rid of my other DW44 (the green and black one). This one has a great finish, 2 barrels, tools, and case. This one is like my 1894 Marlin. Don't see it goin anywhere anytime soon.
 
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