Yes this one is 1:20 twist.
I was thinking 25 gr. The previous owner swore he used 90 gr but I figured he was going senile. The barrel might...
Nice score. I think I'd go broke at a show like that.
Too late. I went with the 686. Can't wait to get it out back for some range time.
It's strange how even with a full 125 yard range in my back yard...
Bought a 50 cal Kentucky pistol from an elderly friend yesterday. It's a percussion Traditions pistol. I shoot BP revolvers and love shooting my...
Eggs. Try shooting eggs. Very reactive and also good practice for squirrel head shots.
Great fun with a .22.
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I wanted this one for shooting 357s. I have several 38s already so this one will be seeing 99 percent 357s.
I took the plunge guys. Picked up the 686 no dash. Absolutely beautiful gun. Not a scratch on it......yet.
My S&W family has grown again.
I talked to the seller of the 686 no dash. The firing pin mod has been done. Meeting with him tomorrow. Hopefully the condition is as advertised....
Ok you guys have convinced me that I need a 686. Now the question is which one?
I found a 686 no dash in excellent condition from a private...
Keep it. You WILL use it for another build. I gaaauuuurrrrraaaaannnntttttteeeee.
I'm pretty sure you could find a SAA clone in 357/38 that would scratch the itch cheaper than the BH.
I like the wide hammer and the trigger is pretty good. The bluing is very good but the grips don't fit very tight. I'm sure I can fix that though....
It is a Comanche III.
Asking price is $350.00
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