Thursday, April 21, 1977

.44-Caliber Death Bullets Called an “Outside” Purchase

The gun is described as a Bulldog .44, a powerful, short-range .44 caliber revolver. Originally designed for police use, it has a four-inch barrel making it concealable in a pocket or under a coat or jacket. The gun is traditionally sold in the South, Southwest and West.

Excerpt from Molly Ivans April 21, 1977 New York Times

No comments: