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Range Report New S&W 66-4

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by dondavis3, Mar 25, 2010.

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  1. dondavis3

    dondavis3 Member

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    I bought a new (to me ) S&W 66-4 last month.

    [​IMG]

    I love this gun.

    I went to Bass Pro Shops indoor range yesterday.

    Target @ 25'

    My 1st 3 sets of shots - 6 - 38 cal / 6 .357 / 6 mixed .38 & .357.

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    Believe me - I'm not a target shooter - I'd rather be shooting outdoors at cans or hunting.

    Sweet shooting gun. :D

    I'd forgotten how well S&W revolvers shoot. :)

    :cool:
     
  2. wcwhitey

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    Purdy! Good luck with it!
     
  3. W.E.G.

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    Just can't go wrong with a Smith and Wesson .357.
     
  4. Old 112

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    Curious.

    Do you know which rounds found or touched
    the Bull?
    Those 10 holes show some real promise.

    Looks like a keeper.

    Regards,
    Old 112
     
  5. joe_security

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    You cant go wrong with a K frame.
     
  6. dondavis3

    dondavis3 Member

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    Thanks to all.

    Old 112 - I do not know which shot holes were what caliber.

    But I bet the close ones in the black were .38 's :)

    And the ones just outside the black .357's :fire:

    Just guessing

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  7. harmonic

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    Outstanding gun. And the grips are nice, too. They look like Executioner's grips. (That's the guy who makes them.)
     
  8. bflobill_69

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    That is a beauty... The Smith K Frames are just right for my hand. I still prefer a large target grip that covers the backstrap, but those stag grips look awful pretty...
     
  9. dondavis3

    dondavis3 Member

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    bflobill_69

    Thank you sir.

    :)
     
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