Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Snake Plisskin, May 26, 2021.
@Riomouse911 got the same bug.
I hear tell some Californians, Oregonians and Washingtonians want to join y'all Idahoans and secede from their commie-infested states? Think they'll bring their gun money with them?
Again, very well done sir, very well indeed!
Math is hard!
K-frames are the best. A Model 19 was my first K-frame and first 357 Magnum from back in the day.
I just wish S&W made more chambered in 32S&WL. I’d like to round out my K-frame collection but it takes a small fortune to buy a Model 16/K-32 revolver.
I guess I need to get one of the redesigned Model 19 or Model 66 K-frames in part to see if S&W really did fix the split forcing cone issue.
Thank you to all, I replaced the photos with ones that looked better because it's blued not nickel I guess the photos made it look sort of not blued
I've lost count of how many times nicely blued revolvers come across as nickel in photos. Must be the lighting. Regardless, I like the finish...and the target grips, too.
Think that only happens to highly polished deep blued guns .
Colts and S&W’s in the same case!
They must fight like cats and dogs when you’re not around.
Actually they conspire to bankrupt their owners via ammunition usage.
In the 90's I had a '66 Mustang and a '67 Corvette in the same garage.
I'd occasionally find signs of conflict. Or maybe it was just me banging into things.
And I shot crappy. No pictures of today's targets. Me, not the gun. I will not embarrass the gun with my performance.
Perhaps there will be better days.
But a day shooting lousy groups is better than a day without shooting at all.
People loved to bash the Bangor Punta guns back then but they sure seem to love them today!
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