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Perhaps the liberals think it'd be just the thing to scare away criminals? Or would that be seen as an excessive use of force? :-D
 

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re FA c&b revolver

I think my meat cleaver would also be seen as excessive force-especially since it doesn't have a serial #.
 

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I had one for a while. It was kind of fun actually watching the bullet go to the target. Very underpowered, although it might be better with 3f or even 4f, all I had at the time was 2f.
 

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Mine came with some small conicals, don't know how much they weigh. It comes with a little powder dipper, but I can't remember how many grains it is.
 

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FA mini cb revolver

I have one that is a lot of fun to shoot. I got the loading tool, powder dipper, and bullets from North American Arms. I thought they would work and they did, just fine. I am also using .24 round balls in it. Right now I am loading it with 1 grain of Bullseye powder. I can shoot about 2.5" at 15 feet. (Not bad for bad eyes).
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