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Revolver Picture Thread of All Time

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

  1. Shade00

    Shade00 Member

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    Colt Diamondback, 4" .38 special. I want it in .22!

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  2. strat81

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    1975 Colt Cobra
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  3. Brian Williams

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    strat81, you forgot the Tobacco and explosives for a great ATFE pic, nice piece anyway.
     
  4. edhaus

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    Here is my model 65
    Please tell me how to upload picture in larger size. New to this.
     
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  5. jhco

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    heres some of mine

    642-2 with ladysmith grips
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    not sure if this one is a "revolver" but heres my hawkeye .256

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    colt official police .38spl

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    and the python

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  6. mnw42

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    I posted to this tread twice. Sorry
     
  7. hexidismal

    hexidismal Member

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    Picked up both of these within the past week. Got a heck of a deal on them too. Almost mint model 60 ladysmith (I'd say 98%) with the factory locking case and all the papers, and also a near mint Model 36 chiefs special with original box and most papers.

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  8. Janitor

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    Beautiful 66 XavierBreath. I'll bet that thing has a great trigger.
     
  9. AlPackin

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    my S&W 15

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  10. AlPackin

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    my GP100 and SRH

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  11. markk

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    Let me know if yall get tired of seeing my baby...
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  12. Glock Holiday

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  14. Oro

    Oro Member

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    Finally got my 19-5 "gripped" the way I like:

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  15. msrtex

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    Now that is nice!
     
  16. PRM

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    Traditional

    Colt's Bisley with pre ban elephant ivory
     
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  17. Oro

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    msrtex - thanks. I have a Roy's original pancake to tote it in - I'm proud of it. Flattery will get you everywhere with me. I don't think I put this one in this thread. 27-2, Circa 1971, With my El paso Tanker rig. I got rid of the ill-fitting Pachmayr adapter and now it has a proper Tyler Grip.

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  18. dwf6666

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    A few of my wheelguns

    Hi All.
    I've been a member here for a while but never posted much. I have read quite a bit and have found many interesting threads full of good information. I have been enjoying all the fine revolvers here and thought that I would share a few of mine.

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    I hope you all enjoy.
    Don
     
  19. msrtex

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    S&w 317-3

    Just picked up a 317-3 unfired in the box at a great price (compared to new). Been looking for a model 18 for over a year with no luck. I am not settling but this will tide me over until I find my 18.

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  20. msrtex

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    Can anyone tell me about the grips in my previous post? They have a six digit serial number on the back side. How do I figure the age?
     
  21. Oro

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    Those grips look correct for about a 1973 to 1982 or so J frame. I am guessing that because I bet they have silver washers on the back, and they stopped pressing the number in about 1982. If they have black washers (I don't think so - just a hunch) they would be 1968 to 1973.

    Somebody has some taste to add them to that newer gun. With a Tyler adapter (T-grip) they would likely feel/handle much better.
     
  22. Shade00

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    +1 to kamerer. I hate the rubber booties that come on S&Ws now. They feel good for shooting, but honestly, the wood service stocks with Tyler grips feel AND look good.
     
  23. msrtex

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    They do have the silver washers, thanks. The Standard Catalog of Smith and Wesson states they stopped this series in the late 70's.
     
  24. msrtex

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    Sorry if I swerved off topic! Now back to the topic at hand;

    19-3, 6"

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    19-7, 4"

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  25. 1KPerDay

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    Oooooooo..... :cool:
     

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