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Got a new one..........

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by cottonmouth, Sep 15, 2007.

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  1. cottonmouth

    cottonmouth Member

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    New to me that is. I'v been looking for a 3 inch 625-3 for a long time.

    J.B.
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    Smile

    AtticusThraxx hit it square on the head: Sweet:D

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    ILL TAKE IT! o sorry , thats nice i been looking for one too! i know where there is some factory combats that would look good on that! csa:D
     
  5. cottonmouth

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    Well CSA, when you get 'em done send 'em on down Barlow way!

    J.B.
     
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    Dang it cotton, you're makin me drool on the keyboard. Recently picked up a mechanically solid but externally rough 26-1; my first N Frame and I really like it. That 3" 625-3 truly is a sweet piece. Congrats on the great find.
     
  7. M1 Shooter

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    I used to have one just like it, except I had Craig Spegel Boot Grips in Brazilian Rosewood added to it. I wish I never had to sell it, but what can you do. I was really broke at the time, had a lot of debt, and something had to go. The 625 was sold because I hardly ever shot it or carried it, now I wish I had it back. I'm pretty sure I still have a pic of it somewhere. I'll dig it up and post it if you'd like to see what it would look like with nice wood boot grips. I really liked the look and feel of the boot grips.
    It's a nice revolver, enjoy it, take care of it, and don't ever sell it, I guarantee you'll regret it if you do.


    I found the pic of the one I used to have.
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  8. Brian Williams

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    Nice piece, 45 Colt or ACP, I almost got one in 45Colt. I settled for a Taurus 45 Colt instead, I have since sold that Taurus because I had a bad case of Iwannanothergun virus.
    It is one of the few I regret selling.

    Looked at the pics again and see the moonclips peeking out, nice gun.

    What loads are you planning to use in it.
     
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    Sweet!!
    Nothing purdier then a 3" S&W wheelie - Good luck with her :D
     
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    That's one fine-lookin' fighting Wheel Gun!
     
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    niiiicce! reminds of the 624 3" i saw at a pawn shop last spring.. i wanted to get it pretty bad.. it was only $325 keep kickin myself in the a$$ over that one.. it didn't last long in there!
     
  12. cottonmouth

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    $325!!

    Tasco, I wish I could have got mine for $325.00! I paid twice that! I have only shot some 200 grain lead round nose in it with 4.5 grains of Unique, had a few problems with burned powder under the extractor so I may try another powder to fix the problem. But it is a very good shooter from what I can tell.

    J.B.
     
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