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My very first revolver purchase!!!

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by 7thCavScout, May 21, 2012.

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  1. 7thCavScout

    7thCavScout Member

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    Well I finally own a revolver! I was in my LGS last Friday and picked up a new Glock 19 (Gen 3) and noticed a very nice Smith & Wesson 10-7 in the case. After handling it I just had to take it home as well! I've noticed that the older I get the more of an appreciation I'm developing for the "classics". God help me...a Smith and Wesson revolver addiction is going to get expensive.

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  2. PO2Hammer

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    Congrats!
    Nice combo.
     
  3. Skribs

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    That's why I'm glad that if I get a revolver addiction, it will be Ruger.
     
  4. Cearbhall

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    You ought to look around and see if you can find a cherry Colt revolver for you next one!
     
  5. Elm Creek Smith

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    Hi! I'm not a Smith & Wesson revolver addict. I can quit any time I want to. I just need...,:eek: er, want;) a Model 12 snubbie, a 4 or 5 inch Heavy Duty, a Bodyguard (the real one), another 4 inch Model 10, a 2 inch Model 10 round butt and/or Model 64, a....:scrutiny:

    Hmmm. :uhoh:

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  6. BYJO4

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    Welcome to the world of revolvers. It will only be a matter of time before you buy another one.
     
  7. content

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    Hello friends and neighbors // Nice Model 10 /Glock combo, I sometimes do the CZ 75B .40 and the S&W 442 combo.

    Outstanding Model 10, I consider the .38 one of the best SD rounds.
    Mostly due to the fact that it is the largest caliber many folks are comfortable with and can hit with consistantly. If Barney Fife can do it ...



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  8. YJake

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    You'll end up selling the Tupperware to fund your new found addiction.

    Trust me, I see a 686+ in your future my son.

    -Jake
     
  9. wanderinwalker

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    Nice addition! That Model 10 looks to be in excellent condition.

    And donʼt worry about the addiction. It will be okay. Weʼre here to help whenever you need us. Let me be of assistance...

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    Model 18-4, .22LR
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    Model 586 no dash, .357 Magnum
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    Model 629-1, .44 Magnum
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  10. PO2Hammer

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    Yeah, I sold my tupperware to buy revolvers. Besides, I'm getting too old or too lazy to chase my brass around the range.
     
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