Revolver collection dream achieved

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Comrade Mike, Jul 1, 2016.

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  1. Hanshi

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    That's my kind of collection. The .38spl just happens to be my favorite revolver round. In fact the only two calibers I reload by the 1000s are the .38spl and the .45acp.
     
  2. Hoppes Love Potion

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    The Model 14 with 8-3/8" barrel is a real pussycat. Recoil is notably less than K-frames with a 4" barrel.
     
  3. gwpercle

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    The only problem with fulfilling a dream is....what do you do next ? 357 magnum dream ?
     
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    That's a handsome family of firearms right there.


    Congratulations on reaching your goal. It's a gratifying feeling!
     
  5. aarondhgraham

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    You do need at least one more,,,

    You need a 3" J-frame.

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    You might think it's too close to the snubbie,,,
    But once you handle and fire one you will see how great they are.

    It's amazing the difference 1" barrel length will make.

    And you thought you were done. :neener:

    Aarond

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  6. Comrade Mike

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    Ugh, that's definitely a hole... Back to gun broker [emoji38]


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  7. davidh5000

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    It just seems like a model 12 and a model 37 would fit nicely in there to me.

    But, If you have moved from those K frames down to the J frames, before you know it you will have moved up to the N frames and have a Heavy Duty and an Outdoorsman in your collection.
     
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  8. aarondhgraham

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    Sorry,,,

    Sorry,,, :rolleyes:

    It's a never-ending thing,,,
    Unless you set specific/defined limits,,,
    There will always be a hole on the collection. ;)

    Aarond

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