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Thread: New Ruger Flattop 44 Special

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    That's a Belt Mountain base pin- think oversize slide stop on a 1911.
    It does take a lot of slop/movement out of the cylinder. The greatest benefit is that it stays in place under significant recoil.
    I have them in my hard recoiling Bisley Rugers.

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    I really like the Base Mountain Pins. Have 2 guns with them. It does improve the slop and movement.
    Brian Goode
    NC Knifemaker
    http://www.bgoodeknives.com

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    Mine is the short barrel Bisley version. The grip fits my large hands better; love it.

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    Mine is a Ruger New Vaquero (fixed sights) 4-3/4” bbl blued steel and I added Ruger wood grips, a very nice little revolver.

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    I’ve got several Ruger .44 Specials. New Models and unconverted Old Models. The OM’s were .357 small frame size before they were converted. Very nice for carrying in the woods.

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    Well, I didn't stick my "short list" very well. I ran into a very nice condition OM .357 and it found its way into my safe. Turns out, I absolutely love it. The .44 Specials going to have to wait a while now.

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