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OK, we did the small J frames. Show your medium K&L frames, GP 100's, etc.

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Marshall, Mar 27, 2004.

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  1. Marshall

    Marshall Member

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    Show your medium frame wares. Lets see your goodies!



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  2. Ultraman

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    My S&W Model 65-3 (Nightstand Gun)
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    My S&W Models 648 & 617 (Target Practice Guns)
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  3. JoeHatley

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    14-4
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    17-4
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    19-4
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  4. Boats

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    My one and only, (but not for long). It is now sporting a Pau Ferro monogrip and Meprolight night sights. I need to get some updated photos.
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  5. admar2

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    my only medium frame revolver, and a good one if I do say so myself.
     
  6. Sisco

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  7. Majic

    Majic Member

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    How bout if I sneak a lil Colt in on yall to spice things up.

    A Combat Cobra
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  8. omega5

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    Here's my S&SW 696
     

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  9. cratz2

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    About as boring and uninspired as Smiths come... but it sure works! :p

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  10. Gary in Pennsylvania

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    Niiiiiiiiccccceeee pics!
     
  11. Brian Williams

    Brian Williams Moderator Emeritus

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    Here is My favorite and very great knife. She is a little sick with a timing problem, Must needs to go back to visit home. 586- and Camillus Army Air CorpsPilots knife.
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    But these keep my going. Mod 13, 586 and 27-2
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  12. tc300mag1

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    Nice pics All
     
  13. Echo23TC

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    Here's my 2.5" 686.
     
  14. cliffb

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    The only revolver I own, a 5" Ruger GP-100.
     

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  15. Pappy John

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    The only problem with most L-frames is them liddle-biddy bullets.
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    696 .44 spec.
    funny how my post count came out though....
     
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  16. Mossyrock

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  17. mtnbkr

    mtnbkr Member

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    Here's my GP100.

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    4" Underlugged barrel
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    Taylor Throat, endshake removed, and recrowned by Alphaprecision

    It was my first centerfire handgun and the one I won't part with.

    Chris

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  18. artech

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    S&W set- a 686 and a 296:D

    whups, having trouble with attachment...:banghead:

    computer unliterate...
     
  19. artech

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    Here's the link...
     
  20. wintermute76

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    Here's my High Standard Sentinel Mk II .357mag , I also have a Ruger Super Redhawk in .44mag 7.5 inch barrel.
     

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  21. dairycreek

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    S & W 386 TiScan!

    Unloaded it weighs around 18oz. Very, very nice carry piece. Good shooting;)
     
  22. Ric

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    Ok maybe not a K or an L but an N frame is nice
     

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  23. Flying V

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    My S&W 18-3 .22LR, with $3 Siles grips from CDNN:
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  24. S&W44

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    S&W 17-7
    Only 200 made with blue frame and stainless cylinder
     
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  25. Sean Smith

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