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raise your hand if your that steady and smooth
 

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I've seen this done with a coin laid flat on a front sight but never on end.

You can bet that revo has had a significant trigger job and that brutha don't drink much coffee
 

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Yup, that hammer ain't even close to being stock lol, and I doubt he opened up that revolver just to replace a hammer.
 

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msredneck said:
I've seen this done with a coin laid flat on a front sight but never on end.

You can bet that revo has had a significant trigger job and that brutha don't drink much coffee
prolly had a few budweiser first
 

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That's pretty sweet no getting around it. But from the looks of it it's a race ready 625. It's got just enough hammer slap to break a federal primer and that's all. It couldn't shoot factory ammo if it wanted to. Plus the coin is not just standing up on edge, it's on the barrel and front sight in a little V.
 
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