Monday, November 3, 2014

Cap Gun Monday: Nichols STALLION .32


The Nichols Stallion .32, little brother to the Stallion .38, is a finely made non-lethal weapon, despite measuring only 8 inches long. Except for the black plastic grips (and the unplated trigger), the whole thing is solid, nickel-plated pot metal.









Official Stallion caps are inserted in the shell, beneath the lead bullet, then loaded into the cylinder. No stick-em caps required here. The cylinder turns with each shot, bringing a new bullet to bear.


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6 comments:

Cap'n Bob said...

A beauty, but someone with roll caps has a big advantage in firepower.

Oscar said...

It must take a while to reload this nicely photographed contraption.

Evan Lewis said...

A good thing, too. It cut down on the corrosion.

Anonymous said...

If you were an acurate shot, you didn't need roll caps. Just a knife to knotch your kills ~ Fleet Commander Johnson, PWITCC retired

Anonymous said...

Spelling soesn't count in gun fighting ~ FC Johnson

Evan Lewis said...

Trew. Kowboys didnt giv a damm abowt accuratt spelin.