liberty chief “miroku”
This 38 Special belonged to my father. It’s called the Liberty Chief “Miroku.” With a 2 inch barrel, it’s small revolver that was made in Japan. It’s what a Japanese Detective in the 1960s might of carried. It has been passed along to me. Tomorrow I will try it out. If I like the double action pistol, I’ll keep it for now. If not, I will see if I can trade it for a semi-auto 45. It’s not worth much, but I also have a very good microphone to trade. The rounds are bigger than the 9mm I’ve been shooting. I’m moving in the right direction – towards those fat boys (45 cal).
It came with the original box. In the box was a Safety Inspection Certificate my father got in 1968. You needed this in Michigan at the time, I guess. It’s cool because it has his finger print and description.
It shoots fine but my aim is much better with my 😄 9. I only had a few hollow point rounds that I didn’t want to waste. I’ll probably try it again before I sell or trade it. You serious shooters probably only need six shots. At six, I’m just getting started. The FNP 45, with it’s 14 round mag, seems just right.