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Revolver Picture Thread of All Time

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Brian Williams, Jun 15, 2006.

  1. fiVe

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  2. AStone

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    My corneas are totally roasted. :what:

    I'll wait to post images of my meager collection
    until after I get the 65 home ... currently on lay away ...
     
  3. Kurac

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    Here are a couple of mine that I have pictures of

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  4. bigmike45

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    I am kinda partial to the Ruger revolvers myself:

    My three stainless Redhawks in 41mag. A 7.5", a 5.5" and a 4" customized.
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    My 3" GP-100 in 357mag, just back from Gemini Customs:
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  5. 1BLINDREF

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    Thats an awesome CS-1. I've been looking for one, but they don't pop up every day.

    Jeff (GUNKWAZY)-
    YOU GOTTA STOP- You're killing me! I love your Python collection - very nice :D

    Heres some of my wheelies

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    My father-in-laws duty gun that he gave me last Christmas. Colt Official Police (1950)
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  6. 1BLINDREF

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    Very cool :cool::cool:
     
  7. larry starling

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    OK I'm in....
    SS Python
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    Frontier Scout
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    King Cobra
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    Diamondback
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    Trooper MKIII
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    Anaconda
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    Official Police
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  9. GUNKWAZY

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    Did someone say Colt ?

    How about a 5 inch Anaconda ?

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    or a bright polished King Cobra ?

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    or even "3" shorty Kings ?

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    Jeff (GUNKWAZY)
     
  10. Nightcrawler

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    Holy hell, I didn't know Hartford ever turned out a 5" Anaconda!

    Pity that Colt has gone by the wayside and no longer makes revolvers. :(
     
  11. GUNKWAZY

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    They made 'em, not very many mind you. Heck they aren't even mentioned in any books, but she's factory produced.

    Jeff (GUNKWAZY)
     
  12. JERRY

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    not as classy or refined, but quite functional.

    some have been used for LE work and some still are.....but mostly theyve been regulated as "house guns" and "woods guns".

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    Dang it, now I've got at least 2 dozen more wheelies on my wish list!

    Wow, this gets my vote as the coolest, most interesting gun on this thread.
     
  14. .45man

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    You guys have some great wheelies!!!
    Here is my FA .454 Premier Grade with .45Colt and .45ACP Cylinders
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    Also are three S&W .44s (and my finger at the bottom of the mirror)
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    Enjoy, have a safe and happy 4th!!
     
  15. mfetty77

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    A moment of silence for the S&W Model 19-5 please.:(
     
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    Cool!!!! mfetty has the new convertible model!!!!
     
  19. hexidismal

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    I've posted this pic before (and fairly recently) .. but screw it, I like this picture, so here it is again.

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  20. GUNKWAZY

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    I would too Hex, dems is sum beauties.
    The Badgers look sweet on there as well.

    Jeff (GUNKWAZY)
     
  21. SaxonPig

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    "Let's see your revolvers!!!"

    All of them?

    How about a small sample?

    A pair of 3rd Model 44s. One in back was shipped in 1928 and the closer one in 1939 to Wolf & Klar and Oshman’s respectively. I know the stocks are horribly wrong but these refinished guns are just shooters and the big stocks are more comfortable for shooting.

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    A trio of 3.5” 357s. From back to front a 1956 shipped to Utah, a 1950 sent to W. Va.and a 1975 that I never lettered.

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    My most expensive handgun is this Registered Magnum. It’s one of 50 shipped in 1938 to the Utah Highway Patrol.

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    I guess we need a couple Colts just to be fair. My Pythons:

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  22. Magnum.35744

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    Great Looking Guns Guys!!!

    mfetty77- What happen to your Smith and Wesson Model 19 :(?

    Thanks everyone for keeping this thread alive. I will be going to the Colt Firearm Museum in Connecticut and will take many pictures...Then I just have to figure out how to post them ;).

    -Tre
     
  23. hexidismal

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    Thanks Jeff ! Coming from you , whom I consider to be something of a wheelgun god , I take that as a real nice compliment. :D
     
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    military model of 1950 or model 21
     

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  25. Ida Noski

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    Man, there are some beeeyoootiful guns and pics posted here by you guys!

    My pics aren't that great but here they are nonetheless.
     

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