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Discussion in 'The Wheelhouse' started by thisaway, Nov 23, 2001.
I'd like "5356"...that's my DSN number...and this is my revolver.
It's a pre-28 Highway Patrolman, "N" frame 357. This is a late "54" or early "55" production model, 5 screw with the diamond Magna grips. Serial # 113xxx.
I must've dropped off the list somewhere. I'd like #44. ;f
25 seems to be available. Please sign me up for that number. Thanks...
I would like 608 if it is available. Thanks.
Can I have #98? (my badge number) Thanks!
gee with all those open numbers...can i have 10? if that's taken i'd like to have 9
According to Smoney, the Wheelhouse numbers 001-125 were used in the past, I guess when DakotaLawDog was the Moderator here. The list I have posted is the only one extant.
Accepting full respnsibility, I will reassign any numbers below 125 that have NOT already been posted on my list. If a conflict arises with a past member, I will resolve it somehow.
For now, all requested numbers are OK.
can I have 38???
Can I have 3373?
Cool! May I have 41 to go along with my .41 mag mt gun?
I suppose I should take member #60 while it's available. Thanks.
Thanks for 41, my favorite magnum cartridge!
If still available, I'd like #277. It'll keep me with the same number in all the clubs I'm a part of.
P.S. Frenchy, that's too nice for words!
count me in for number 28, as in Model 28.
Thanks for all the work you do here.
No need for a number.
Excellent caliber choice!!
See .41 to the left.
How about 2601, my sons B-day
G33, Its not often I run into folks that like the .41 mag. For reasons mysterious and not so mysterious (its flat shooting and a great balance of power and controlability) I haven't started reloading yet, but want to start sometime next year. I read else where that you reload, can you refer to a good www site for reloading info?
Can I have number 1011?