Dan Wesson revolvers occupy an interesting place in the world of enthusiasts. The company itself was founded by the great grandson of the original Daniel Wesson, and Dan Wesson II’s roundguns eventually gained a respectable cult following in revolver circles. Their party trick was an interchangeable barrel system, which allowed the end user to swap barrel lengths at their leisure, making a six inch silhouette gun into a four inch duty gun or a 2 inch carry gun with relative ease.
The company went through a long period of financial troubles starting in the early 80s, which lasted until 2005 when …read more
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