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Revolver Picture Thread of All Time

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

  1. mes227

    mes227 Member

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    First pix: Top to bottom: S&W XVR 460 Mag, Ruger SRH 44 Mag, S&W 41 Mag

    2nd Pix: Dan Wesson 445 SuperMag
     

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  2. circuitspore

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    Thought I'd share my new-to-me GP-100 with ya. Explanation is here.

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  3. whitecoyote

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  4. vintagearmsnut

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    For the really old revolver buffs out there here is my Webley RIC is .450CF caliber with 95% finish and mechanically as the day she was made circa 1872. This is the original 'snubby' with 2 1/2" barrel. [​IMG] RIC004.jpg
     
  5. vintagearmsnut

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    For the really old revolver buffs out there here is my Webley RIC is .450CF caliber with 95% finish and mechanically as the day she was made circa 1872. This is the original 'snubby' with 2 1/2" barrel. [​IMG] RIC004.jpg RIC005.jpg
     
  6. Oyeboten

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    Hi vintagearmsnut,


    Oh that is nice..!


    I have a kindred one, also an original 'Snubby', a Webley as well, in .450 Adams...if I can dig it out, I will post an image of it to go along with yours.

    I think it is a 'Bull Dog Model, dating to some time in the early 1880s. So, not quite so illustrious as yours, but, a charmer, no less.


    They had some popularity here in the US in their day, of course.
     
  7. george d dennis

    george d dennis Member

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    i want to thank everyone for the wonderful pictures of their revolvers. i own a m-65
    thats about it in older revolvers. every morning i turn my computer on and have to
    take another look. i remember the days walking into a gun shop and having your
    choice of smiths and colt. i miss those days. this brings back nice memories.
    george
     
  8. bill.l.johnson

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    642-2 with 405CT grips

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  9. Stainz

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    New offering from last year : A 3" 63 with standard HiViz and x8 .22 rimfire - with DS-10 Speedloader and sporting a set of 'Pro 60' grips. Also shown is my latest acquisition - not a month old - a 3" 60 Pro - with an HKS #36 x5 speedloader:

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    Stainz
     
  10. towboat_er

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    Iver Johnson Safety Automatic Hammerless,circa 1898, in .38S&W
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  12. bluetopper

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    Colt...........notice the serial number on the butt and forward of the trigger guard.

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  13. whitecoyote

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    S&W D.A. 1917
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  14. towboat_er

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    #1 that is awesome!!!!
     
  15. Eaglestroker

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    I posted a recent thread, but guess I'll add it to this thread as well!

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  16. Ruger4Life

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    Colt Model 1877 'Lightning' .38 LC
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  18. Ruger4Life

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    Colt New Service .455 Eley (1914)
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  20. ky40601

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    Colt Detective Special (4th Issue) .38 Sp (1994)
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  21. MtnSpur

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    And my wife wonders why I drool

    A couple:

    S&W 686-6 4" (waiting on her Ahrends grips)

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    S&W 15-4 4"

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    This thread could end up costing me some $$. I feel like a redheaded stepchild :cuss:
     
  22. Pendy

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    Colts

    These are the only two revolvers that I own now, but definitely more to come. Both are great shooters. Nothing like a good revolver.

    Colt Python (6" 1970's make) and Colt Pocket Positive (1930's make)

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  23. wundudnee

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    I just put these Hogues On my model 65. It was tight and functional when I got it last year, but it was scratched up some and had rubber grips. I polished it a little and put on the grips. I think my revolver is purty.

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  24. ky40601

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    Colt Police Positive Special Royal Hong Kong Police .38 NP-S&W (1965)
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  25. Photoman

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    Man that's a nice Model 65!
     

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