terations, "b" being the Peret, and "c" the Newman hammer, the latter designed to slip from under the thumb, the trigger being removed from the gun.
When the spur is altered the line of sight is not obstructed except momentarily, by the nose of the hammer in falling. A small amount ground from hammer nose will eliminate even this small objection.
ALTERING COLT S. A. REVOLVER TO SHOOT SHOT. Bud Dalrymple, l". S. Hunter, started it all out in Wyoming some several years ago, and wrote so enthusiastically about his six-shooter scatter guns, that he got a lot of mouths to watering for some of the same. I don't know what Bud's method was, exactly, but the following worked out O. KL for me and doubtless will for others:
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