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New pictures of 5 screw N frames!

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Peter M. Eick, Jul 13, 2004.

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  1. Peter M. Eick

    Peter M. Eick Member

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    I finally got a few minutes to drag out the camera.

    Here are some new shots of all of my 5 screw N frames!

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    Registered Magnum on top, Pre-war 38/44 heavy duty on the bottom (finally got the right grips on them!

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    Clockwise from the bottom, Registered, post war 38/44 heavy duty, .45 target model of 1955, 357 Magnum, Highway Patrolman, 38/44 outdoorsman, pre-war 38/44 HD and then back to Registered. (Note the "coke bottle" grips on the 45 target model)

    And finally another view of the stable.

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  2. BigG

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    Nice collection, Peter! :D (or is that an arsenal?) :uhoh: :neener:
     
  3. Peter M. Eick

    Peter M. Eick Member

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    Not the arsenal, these are just the smiths 5 screws. That ignores the autoloaders, colts, dan wessons or the rifles.

    Thanks though. They are fun to shoot!
     
  4. Gunsnrovers

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    very nice indeed. That would be an arsenal and you would be required by law to sell off your extra N frames. I would gladly help keep you legal...

    Congratulations on a nice collection.
     
  5. Peter M. Eick

    Peter M. Eick Member

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    No selling of these. They are my 4 year old daughters legacy from her dad someday in the hopefully long way off future! She was watching me take them out this morning and asking about them. I doubt she understands all that it means, but she does understand that you have to check each one to be safe and that someday they will all belong to her.

    I should have taken a picture of her holding my Automag, but I was to afraid she would drop it. YIKES!!!!!
     
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    Are those four front sights as good as they look? Anyone still making them?dvnv
     
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    Peter M. Eick? Now don't take this the wrong way but... I think I'm in love. You're definitely someone I could hang out with. Smith revolvers (especially the N-frames) are a weakness of mine.
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    Though I'm sure Tamara will be along anytime now to show us all up; that woman has the best S&W revolver collection I've ever seen outside of a museum...
     
  8. Peter M. Eick

    Peter M. Eick Member

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    Yeah Tamara has an amazing collection of Smiths.

    My hope is that some day, my daughter is the "Tamara" of the future showing off her Smith collection! Right now we are still at the stage of "1, 2, 3, 4, 5. It has 5 screws right daddy?" "Yes dear, 5 screws are the best ones to have"

    Someday, someday......
     
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    Mighty pretty!
     
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    I give ya a hunded dollah fow it!
     
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