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Lets see those holster worn wheel guns

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by 336A, Oct 22, 2011.

  1. 336A

    336A New Member

    I'm sick and tired of seeing pics of safe queens with perfect finishes. So lets see some pics of your holster worn wheel guns folks.
  2. Geezer Glide

    Geezer Glide New Member

    Here ya go.

  3. ColtPythonElite

    ColtPythonElite Active Member

    I can play this game.


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  4. Geezer Glide

    Geezer Glide New Member

    Now there's a Python with character!
  5. waidmann

    waidmann New Member

    Its your nickle

    Here it is in all its glory. A 10-5 three incher.

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  6. 336A

    336A New Member

    Nice to see some well used and well cared for revolvers.
  7. ColtPythonElite

    ColtPythonElite Active Member

    This one gets used, too.

  8. HDCamel

    HDCamel New Member

    Haven't carried a wheel gun long enough for it to show any noticeable wear on the finish...
    When it does, you'll be the first to know.
  9. ArchAngelCD

    ArchAngelCD Active Member

    This is a 1948 M&P

  10. phoglund

    phoglund New Member

    Something a bit different...


    Ruger Single Six I used to carry hiking and dirt biking 'lo these many years ago.
  11. postalnut25

    postalnut25 New Member

    Colt 357, but the picture is cr@ppy

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  12. 451 Detonics

    451 Detonics New Member

    S&W Model 12 (skinny frame)

    Looked like this when I got it, was a suicide gun that had blood pooled under the grip...ate a nice sized divot...


    I cleaned it up as best I could and had it cerra-coated. It is carried quite oftem these days in a Don Hume J.I.T. or in a pocket.

  13. Gondo

    Gondo New Member

    Model 37 no dash 1968

    This little gun has been carried every day for a long long time. It shoots great. I have always shot 158 grain standard pressure loads in it and it shows no sign of wear mechanically. Just ain't real purty:what:, at least all the numbers match;)
    good luck,

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  14. robinkevin

    robinkevin New Member

    That would just be too creepy for me...
  15. BigShep85

    BigShep85 New Member

  16. woad_yurt

    woad_yurt New Member

    Ye olde Model 10:

  17. llwsgn

    llwsgn New Member

    here's one

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  18. Guillermo

    Guillermo member

    here are a few


  19. ATCDoktor

    ATCDoktor Member

    My 4" Model 28:


    It's got more miles on it than your grand pappy's Studebaker.

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