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Revolver Picture Thread of All Time

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

  1. ceadermtnboy

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  2. bayouboy

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    Colt Police Positive, .38 spl

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  3. VPLthrneck

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    two S&W 357's

    Big brother and Little brother :cool:

    a ported 686 and 60
     

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  4. rdoggsilva

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    Top Rossi 462, Colt Frontier Scout (still have the 22mag cylinder) and Rossi 971.
     
  5. Omaney

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    My plain Jane 19-4 spruced up with Hogue's. I think this might have been a police dept. trade in as it originally had a lanyard loop on the grip. I sold a 66 years ago and have always wanted another 4" K frame. I couldn't pass this one up when I came across it. It is a great shooter and will be my field sidearm from now on. I sure do need a good crossdraw holster for it.


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  6. Warren

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    The gang is all here..

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    SW Mountain Gun in .45 Colt


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    An HR 999


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    A 642
     
  7. Warren

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    I'd like to call out for some more pics of.45 ACP wheelies.

    I'd love to see on propped up on and surrounded by a bed of loaded moonclips.

    I will not be able to satisfy that craving for a while so I'll torture myself by looking at yours.
     
  8. Warren

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  9. mustachio

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    My latest acquisition, a Colt Cobra and how it compares in size to my other acquisition, a S&W 637. Smith was NIB and was $315 OTD, the Cobra was $365 OTD. I think I did well on both.
     

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  10. bflobill_69

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    New to the High Road, and its very nice seeing all those colts and s&w wheelies...

    Here's my new (well new to me) 19-3 Combat Magnum :cool:

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  11. PTK

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    My new (to me) Webley Mk IV, .38 S&W. :)

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  12. JackCrow

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  13. Boxhead

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    My latest.

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  14. jtrsr

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    Damn!

    :what: Damn it, Jackcrow...now I have to start savin that 18 grand... :fire: ;)
     
  15. woad_yurt

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    A DA H&R Convertible (.22LR/WMR) 676

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  16. Janitor

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    Ruger Bisley .45 Colt / .45 ACP convertible -
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    Smith 627 -
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  17. tomh1426

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    Im lovin all these unfluted cylinders, gotta get me one!
     
  18. jtrsr

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    Nice!

    Love that Bisley, Janitor. That engraving is the perfect use of an unfluted cylinder. I prefer fluted or engraved unfluted cylinders over just unfluted cylinders. I'm sure some won't agree, like those with Freedom Arms revolvers, but that's my opinion...
     
  19. Janitor

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    Thanks jtrsr. It's really not engraving, but some sort of rollmark (laser?). It does look nice though. But I'm ok with the plain ones too. I'd be real happy with a plain cylinder on a field grade FA .454. :)

    Hey Boxhead: Love the Lindbaugh conversion - very nice. Wish I were in a position to have that done to the .45.
     
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  20. Janitor

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    Say ... speaking of .45 -

    A Smith 625 -

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  21. Warren

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    Janitor....


    Very Nice!

    How does it shoot?
     
  22. Janitor

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    Thank you Warren.

    It shoots very nice. When the photos were taken, it was probably the nicest to shoot handgun in my safe. Accurate and smooth. Only problem was, that someone had bubba'd a trigger job on it, and it had a problem with pushoff.

    It's a lot nicer now. The trigger job was so awful, that the gunsmith ended up having to replace the trigger itself. So I had him put in a case hardened target trigger. And while he was at it, he put in a (case hardned) target hammer. The hammer was heavier than the stock one, so he could get away with lightening the return spring a bit. After a proper trigger job, it now has a crisp 3 lb pull.

    I love this gun.
     
  23. Orange_Magnum

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    Because a long barrel is less noisy than a short barrel, and .38 Special is less noisy than .357 magnum, the Dan Wesson model 14 on the left is loaded with .38 Special +p for home defense. I have made adjustments to the frame and hand and barrel shroud to make timing and hits on target better. The 642 I carry as a second concealed carry piece at times. I've adjusted the frame on that one too to get better timing.
     

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  24. mavracer

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    smith 1917, notch cut in grip:what:
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  25. nwilliams

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    Just picked up this S&W Model 28 Highway Patrolman.....

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