Some may remember a project S&W highway Patrolman I had Customized. http://smith-wessonforum.com/s-w-re...-s-wm28hp-updated-09-11-09-w-pics-pg-6-a.html Well, I am pleased to announce there is a sequel, and it is finished! I purchased this S&W Highway Patrolman from a Sergeant I work with for $200.00. It had a 6" barrel that had a buldge in it, had some rust, and minor pitting. Overall it was a good solid S&W revolver. This is the way the Highway Patrolman looked originally. It's hard to tell from the photograph, the buldged barrel. This has been a project, about 1.5 years in the making. I purchased a 4" barrel here on the S&W forum. The Highway Patrolman was then taken to Mag-Na-Port for the project. Mag-na-port International--Home Page Customizing the Highway Patrolman: *Barrel was cut & crowned to 2.75" *Front sight was re-installed *Cylinder & Slide Extreme Duty rear sight installed Extreme Duty Fixed Rear Sight without Dots for K-L-N Frame Revolver *Grip frame was converted to a "round butt" *Barrel & cylinder were sent to Bowen to be bored out to .44 Special + B O W E N + Bowen Classic Arms - Custom Revolvers, Pistols and Guns Repair and Pistolsmithing *Custom Elk Horn grips by patrick Grashorn Home *Trigger job, and blue refinished. Prior to being finished, Mag-Na-Port had me pick up the Highway Patrolman. I took it to the range, and fired it to make sure the sights were "regulated". They were, it fired just fine. The finished product!