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How about a Nickel thread of S&W wheelguns ?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by GUNKWAZY, Jun 7, 2006.

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  1. GUNKWAZY

    GUNKWAZY Member

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    I'm in the mood for some Shiney Smith & Wesson Wheel guns.
    Anyone have any pics of Nickels they would like to share ????
    Here's one of mine....

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    Thanks, Jeff (GUNKWAZY)
     
  2. BBBS

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    S&W 17-2


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  3. XavierBreath

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    Model of 1905 Fourth Change
     
  4. Huskerz85

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    1955 K-38 Combat Masterpiece (will be getting a nice Flitz job this weekend ;) )

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  5. HighVelocity

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    This is my only nickel gun. A S&W 19 with Nill Grips.

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  6. Cocked & Locked

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    ??????

    Does part nickel count :confused:

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  7. Zundfolge

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    Here's my Model 29-2

    (funny thing is I haven't had a chance to photograph it yet, so this is one of the photos taken from the "for sale" thread by the guy I bought it from :p )

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    (no, the bore is not actually brown)
     
  8. .41Dave

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    Used to be I didn't much care for nickel guns, but over the last year or so I've come to love 'em.

    My S&W model 19-3
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    My S&W 36-1
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    My daughter's model 15-4
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  9. BigG

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    I think nothing looks better than the old pin bbl Smiths in nickel. had quite a few, still a "long tom" Model 27 like the top gun in Gunkwazy's pic. :)
     
  10. LoneCoon

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    And see, I though I was the only other peron to have done that.
     
  11. Huskerz85

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    Am back again.........this time after taking some Flitz to my K-38 :cool:

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  12. GUNKWAZY

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    Hey Huskerz,
    that picture stinks.... Ooops, never mind... it's just yer socks.:neener:

    Jeff (GUNKWAZY)
     
  13. Aero

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    Nickel looks great on a big gun. M27-2...
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  14. SaxonPig

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    I just looked and it appears that 10 of my S&W revolvers are in nickel. I would have thought it was more. Oh well.

    A couple of N frames.

    My M57

    One of my Pre-27s

    A 27-2
     
  15. Cocked & Locked

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    LoneCoon...
    Actually, I didn't do it that way. This is the way it came from the S&W factory :uhoh:

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  16. hoek48

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    Here are mine.
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    19-2
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    15-3
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    57-0
    I have a 13-3 on lay-a-way and will post it when I get it.
     
  17. LoneCoon

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    My mistake! I wasn't looking close enoough and thought it was a Dan Wesson with nickle barrel and cylinder. It still looks good though.
     
  18. proco

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    Here's a 5" 10-5 for you Jeff. (only nickeled smith I got)

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    - Pat
     
  19. xx78

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    all though I don't have a nickel Smith. I must say you gents have some very nice examples.
     
  20. GUNKWAZY

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    Thanks to all who are participating.
    Truthfully, I really thought we'd see a lot more.
    Maybe nobody wants to open their safes, Cuz we know there's a lot more out there.

    Jeff (GUNKWAZY)
     
  21. Catman253

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    "Double Nickels"
    Pair of 19-3s
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  22. Catman253

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    Model 36 with Dyamondwood laminated boot grips
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    Model 10-5
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  24. aryfrosty

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    Nickeled Smiths

    I haven't figured out how to photograph my newest and best....In the gun shop Sunday and what looked to be 2 pounds of nickel caught my eyes. A brand new S&W M21-4, .44SPL. It's different...N-frame ,round butt, 4" bbl. The firing pin's in the frame instead of on the hammer nose. It's wearing the prettiest wooden magna style grips with fancy checkering I've ever seen. Until you look closer and see they're laminated wood. Quick as I can figure out sweetie's digital camera I'll post a shot of it here.:eek:
     
  25. Hkmp5sd

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    Nickel & Stainless :)

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