The safety on the Glock is in the trigger . I also Have a Taurus model 66 combat 7 rounds 357. mag next to my bed in a safe that I put my five fingers on the top and the door pops open and that is next to my 12 gauge and plate carrier I have level 3 plates in it.Wheel guns rarely jam. That is why I keep my 357 S&W sitting next to my shotgun sitting next to my bed. I don't want to have to try to figure out a safety or a jam when I'm barely awake. My Glock that I carry daily gets cleaned and lubed frequently and the chance of a malfunction from that gun is also very unlikely. It doesn't have a damn safety either. I don't care for safety on a gun.
it just says 38 caliber you can click on more info for a better look.Is the Police Positive in 38 special? I seem to remember that some were chambered in "38 S&W" and the cylinder was shorter than the cylinder for the 38 special. The picture looks like a short cylinder to me but I can't really tell.
Is there rifling in those barrels? That sure looks like a cut down .410.Let's play "Stump the Expert"! zdiver, you really know your .38s or have your reloading manual handy. How about this .38? Absolutely no markings on exterior,origin unknown,38 special case is almost 1/4" too long to chamber, cat and cartridge inserted for scale. Just a display item from my wife's family but it is sweet and in good shape. I've though of trimming cases, getting .357 die and handloading some low pressure slither suppressing snake rounds.
take it to Pawn stars and tell them some crazy story so they can get the gun expert in so you can get on TV.Yep, both barrels rifled and that is a 38special sticking 1/4' out of one breach. If it wasn't for the cat for scale one would think one is looking at much larger weapon. With the hammers down and breach closed it really resembles a scaled down cap and ball smooth bore. It confuses most everyone.
yes a Colt Automatic Pistol "Pre-Woodsman", .22 cal. auto pistol, mfg. 1919 my Grand pa Les worked for U.S Forest service in Northern Maine he started out as a Surveying And Mapping out the forest around 1920 and then was a ranger and ended as a fire watcher in the towers retired around 1960's.Oh Z, that Woodsman (?) is a treasure. Very nice family heirloom to keep passing down.