Model of 1950 Heavy Duty

The 4 inch gun pictured is a Model of 1950 Heavy Duty.  It features the 4 line address on the right side of the frame; ejector rod knob that is the same size as the rod; barrel with ejector rod cut to accomodate the new ejector rod; short action and new style hammer and trigger; and new checkered walnut magna grips.  This gun was shipped from the factory on May 13, 1952 to John Jovino Co., New York City, New York.  It was shipped with a 4 inch barrel, blue finish and checkered walnut magna grips.

The 4 inch Nickel gun pictured is a Model of 1950 Heavy Duty.  It features the 4 line address on the right side of the frame; ejector rod knob that is the same size as the rod; barrel with ejector rod cut to accomodate the new ejector rod; short action and new style hammer and trigger; and new checkered walnut magna grips.  This gun was shipped from the factory on June 24, 1952 to Rex Firearms Co., New York City, New York.  It was shipped with a 4 inch barrel, nickel finish and checkered walnut magna grips.

The 5 inch gun pictured is a Model of 1950 Heavy Duty.  It features the 4 line address on the right side of the frame; ejector rod knob that is the same size as the rod; barrel with ejector rod cut to accomodate the new ejector rod; short action and new style hammer and trigger; and new checkered walnut magna grips. This gun was shipped from the factory on March 17, 1954 to Whitney Sporting Goods, Company, Denver Colorado.  It was shipped with a 5 inch barrel, blue finish and checkered walnut magna grips.

The 5 inch Nickel gun pictured is a Model of 1950 Heavy Duty.  It features the 4 line address on the right side of the frame; ejector rod knob that is the same size as the rod; barrel with ejector rod cut to accomodate the new ejector rod; short action and new style hammer and trigger; and new checkered walnut magna grips. This Nickel Heavy Duty was shipped from the factory on April 8, 1964 to Stratton & Terstegge Co., Louisville, Kentucky.  It was most likely manufactured in 1955.  It was shipped with a 5 inch barrel, nickel finish and checkered walnut magna grips.

The 6.5 inch gun pictured is a Model of 1950 Heavy Duty.  It features the 4 line address on the right side of the frame; ejector rod knob that is the same size as the rod; barrel with ejector rod cut to accomodate the new ejector rod; short action and new style hammer and trigger; and new checkered walnut magna grips. The Heavy Duty pictured was shipped from the factory on  March 22, 1955 to Lawrence E. Bogert Company, Sandusky, Ohio.  It was shipped with a 6.5 inch barrel, blue finish and checkered walnut magna grips.

The 6.5 inch Nickel gun pictured is a Model of 1950 Heavy Duty.  It features the 4 line address on the right side of the frame; ejector rod knob that is the same size as the rod; barrel with ejector rod cut to accomodate the new ejector rod; short action and new style hammer and trigger; and new checkered walnut magna grips. The Heavy Duty pictured was shipped from the factory on February 7, 1956 to Darley Company, Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin.  It was shipped with a 6.5 inch barrel, nickel finish and checkered walnut magna grips. This is the only 6.5 inch Nickel Heavy Duty known.