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Old May 13th, 2017, 07:52 PM   #1
 
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Bisley .41 with fluted cylinder years?

I recently picked up a .41 magnum Bisley with a fluted cylinder and white micarta looking grips. I've seen a lot of .41 Bisleys but every one of them has an unfluted cylinder with some roll stamp on it. Just curious when they stopped fluting the cylinders? SN of the one I got puts it in 1985. Also they all seem to be 7 1/2" barrels. I really wish this had been a shorter barrel but I can live with it.



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Early 80s for fluted.
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