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I'm working on my S&W .357 Straight Flush

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by gwlammers, Dec 17, 2010.

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  1. gwlammers

    gwlammers Member

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    Here is a pic of my S&W .357 magnums:

    340SC - 5 shot
    66 - 6 shot
    686 - 7 shot
    627 - 8 shot

    How long do you think I will need to wait for S&W to make a 4 or 9 shot to complete my straight flush? :D
     

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  2. Black Knight

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    Unless S&W has plans on an X-frame 357, you may have quite a while to wait. The 500 S&W Magnum may be the only frame out there right now that can hold 9 rounds of 357 in the size of its cylinder. A 4 round 357 may be too small unless they modify or copy the old COP design of years back, a 4 shot 357 Magnum "deringer".
     
  3. 357 Terms

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    LoL HECK YEAH!! nice collection. The only realistic chance would have been one of those Ruger Redhawk 357's, I saw one once, there was a whole lot of metal between those chambers. 8 rounds would have been easy
     
  4. Zundfolge

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    Can't be a straight flush unless you get a stainless steel J frame :D

    Just get yourself another _27 and two more 686s and go for the full house ;)
     
  5. Dave T

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    You could always find one of the Spanish copies of the S&W and call it a Joker. (LOL)

    Dave
     
  6. ColdDeadHand

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    For the right price I could hook you up with a single-shot revolver in .357, custom-made. It goes click 5 times and then bang once...
     
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