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Ol' Workhorse...........

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by slydel0kt, Oct 13, 2010.

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  1. slydel0kt

    slydel0kt Member

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    I don't get much of a chance to show off 'new to me' stuff, so I'm gonna use my latest purchase as an excuse. S&W mod 28 Highway Patrolman, 4", Tyler Tgrip, and original S&W holster. Hope you guys like the pics.
     

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  2. Ala Dan

    Ala Dan Member in memoriam

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    Yes Sir, the S&W model 28's were the "standard workhorse" of .357 magnums.
    Everyone I have ever owned [and there has been several] worked much like
    the engergizer bunny; as "they would take a licking, and keep on a ticking"~!
    Many thanks for sharing the wonderful pic's~! Enjoy ;) :D
     
  3. wcwhitey

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    Very nice. That gun was made for service, long reliable service. Looks great with the T-Grip. Bill
     
  4. slydel0kt

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    Thanks for the compliments, Gents.
    The pix above where taken upon return from a range session. 100 rounds of +p.38's and 50 of those 158gr jsp mags. This gun is slicker than Clinton on the Stand.

    I have another currently at S & W. Bought it lnib a coupla months ago. After it gets hot, maybe 3-4 cylindersfull, it would bind at one particular chamber. Local gs just couldn't put his finger on it, and we both agreed better to send it to the factory. That gun will make some nice pics when it returns. I put a black Tgrip on that one. Soon as it gets home, I'll post some pics here along w the explanation/fix.

    dan
     
  5. huntershooter

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    Nice 28!
    Mine is one of my more accurate S&W's; 2" @ 50 yds. from a bench rest with handloads.

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  6. slydel0kt

    slydel0kt Member

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    'shooter,
    who made that 'woodswalker' rig?
    Could I impose upon you to post some pics of that holster/belt?

    dan
     
  7. huntershooter

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    Believe it was Kirkpatricks leather.
     
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