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Shooting Times Mystery Gun: Guess and Win!

Shooting Times Mystery Gun: Guess and Win!

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All right, so you fancy yourself a gun guy? You can watch a movie and point out every Smith, Colt or Glock that flashes across the screen, you say? Big deal. Let's see how you handle a real challenge.

We're looking for someone who can identify the make, model and caliber of this caplock with just three hints:


  • It has a 36-inch octagon barrel.

  • Features brass and silver furniture.
  • Made in the U.S.

Whoever can guess all three criteria will win a brand new 34th Edition Blue Book of Gun Values by S.P. Fjestad, a $45 value. Leave your guess in the comments section below. Best of luck!




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