American Rifleman | Rock Island Armory M206 .38 Special Revolver Review

This budget priced six-shot may not be the prettiest gun on the market but it is a smooth operator.

Source: American Rifleman | Rock Island Armory M206 .38 Special Revolver Review

Have one and love it!  Its a heavy duty lil guy for sure! For the price you cant beat these guns!

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One Response to American Rifleman | Rock Island Armory M206 .38 Special Revolver Review

  1. Rifleman III says:

    Reblogged this on Rifleman III Journal and commented:
    Very nice. Colt thumbpiece, and, a clockwise cylinder rotation. RIA production, and personally, I would have the timing checked, and hone the action to butter smooth, but leave the mainspring weight heavy at 8.0#, as years ago, our (NYC) authorized ammunition (Winchester 158 gr LSWC+P) required per Winchester, 8.0# for primers to effectively fire, rather than go “CLICK!”, at the worst possible moment, of course. The Colts had sears that on SAA models, spelled C-O-L-T when the hammer was staged into single action and this model should spell C-O-x-T (three position clicks). Either offering, .38 Spl, or .357, it seems nice. Purchase price only gets you into the poker game. Custom tuning and putting the revolver through its paces, should be the way to roll.

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