RG revolver

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RG revolver

Postby nwmousegunner » Thu May 03, 2018 12:48 pm

I recently acquired an RG 14S. I don't remember seeing that model. The ones I remember were I think the RG 10, a rather crude looking pistol if I am remembering correctly. This was back in the early sixties and they were available for 12 to 14 dollars. I think the model 14 is a nicer looking gun. This one was given to me a friend who was cleaning out her house for a move, so the price was right. I test fired it and it fired every shot of about a half box. Accuracy was not bad, considering the barrel is 1 7/8 inches. I made some bird head grips out of walnut for it and it looks like a real gun. I will post some pictures if I can get my son to figure out how
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Re: RG revolver

Postby FergusonTO35 » Thu May 03, 2018 1:49 pm

I think the 14 is one step up from the 10. Swing out cylinder, but still requires pulling a pin.
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Re: RG revolver

Postby Flowmaster » Fri May 04, 2018 2:51 pm

I've seen the RG14, but the "s" part of yours I haven't seen. I just did a quick search and found a 14S with a long barrel. It looks pretty nice with the long barrel and a rib on top of it for the front sight.
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