- Jul 23, 2007
I know the barrels can’t be removed, but it’s only 3” and engraving would be a minimal treatment on frame and cylinder.
Yeah, it’s still there but you gotta hunt for it. New SS Pythons are not mentioned.At one time there was a gun hardness chart online. I put up a post with a link to it. I just went to that post by searching gun hardness, clicked on the link and found that it is no longer available. I don't know why it was taken down. I am sure it was compiled by people or someone that may be on this forum. If anyone has that list it would be good to post it. The list was very extensive and gave a numerical rating on the list of guns by manufacturer.
I found that one a few weeks ago. That is not the one that had the pages of listings. The one I was looking for was formerly on the gunengraving.org website, which appears to have disappeared. I think that one is the one all of us were looking for. I cannot remember whose site that was, so I can't ask if anyone knows about the owner. One of us may know that site owner, however, and know what happened to the list. If it can be found again, it ought to go on the FEGA site or somewhere else that is unlikely to go away.Scroll down below the main page (see screenshot) and it’s with metals information- CAFE GUN LIST (see other screenshot).
What a wealth of information and experience! Thank you! I've got to print this and put it in my binder with my FEGA manualHi, used way back in time website…. See the url and hopefully this is what you wanted for the hardness..
Thank you. I had forgotten the name of the Wayback Machine website to find old website info. The archive.org website is a gem.Hi, used way back in time website…. See the url and hopefully this is what you wanted for the hardness..