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Revolver Picture Thread of All Time

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

  1. Legionnaire
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    Looks to me like an 1851 Navy that someone either nickeled or stripped and polished.
     
  2. ky40601

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    S&W Model 13-1 M&P .357 Mag (1977)
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  3. RevolvingGarbage

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    As always, not as fancy as all of these wonderful revolvers, but how many of you have fired yours underwater?

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  4. Live2offroad

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    This is a beauty.. Just awesome..

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  5. Smith357

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    Thanks, it started out as a finish challenged 6" that had some "work" done to it, so I got it for a song. The previous owner buggered the grips and every screw on the gun. He also messed with the trigger and it had a bad case of push off. I fixed the trigger then sent it S&W for the barrel swap and the bead blast blue finish, I figured the rubbers and Safariland paddle holster would complete the Combat Revolver look.

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  6. BRE346

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    Spoiled?

    When you have only one, it is sure to get spoiled.

    60-4, Chief's Special Target Stainless, DOB March, 1991
     

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  7. content

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    Hello friends and neighbors // I'd love to have a 3" m60, just about the perfect handgun. That is a 3" isn't it?

    Today was a good day for enjoying the pleasure of shooting 30 M1carbine cal. out of a handgun. (shooting the rifle is so much fun I sometimes forget)
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  8. Legionnaire
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    Pair of Ruger Old Armies.

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    Jerry- What a beautiful collection :eek:
     
  11. RugerNut9

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    Mine as of today :) Came with Hogue Monogrips and a speedloader and one box of ammo for $400
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    S&W Mod 64, sorry so blurry cellphone picture :p
     
  12. Iowa460

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    Shootin' Rockets !

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    My S&W model 13

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  14. Gladius

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    Here are a couple group shots....
     

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    S&W 29-2, 4". 1980 DOB.


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  16. Kman

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    pair of 29's
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  17. ShawneeSlim

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    My S&W 329Pd .44 mag 4" barrel wearing its new Ahrends combat grips.

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    Here is a 686-6 .357 seven shot, 3" barrel also with Ahrends combat grips.

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    The 642-2 .38 spl. which is my usual daily carry gun.

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    And my over 30 year old Ruger Single Six Convertible .22

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    Hello friends and neighbors // S&W, M29, 8 3/8"
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    H&R Defender .38
     

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  20. Got_Lead?

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    You don't see one of these every day, Rast & Gasser 8mm, circa 1880.

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    Who said hi cap revolvers are something new?
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  21. Walkalong

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    Taurus Model 76 .32 Mag

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    Hello friends and neighbors // Meat, Potatoes and now Gravy.

    Started shooting 44. again with the S&W M29 8 3/8" I bought a couple of months back.

    So I decided to replace the Redhawk I had to sell years ago to fund a transmission for my 1971 Monte Carlo (with factory bucket seats and floor shift)

    That one was a 7 1/2" but since I have a 7 1/2" Blackhawk in .30 carbine cal. and a Service Six 4" .357 the 5 1/2" Redhawk seemed to fit the bill. (recently gifted my Security Six 4" .357 to my Dad for his 70th birthday)
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    The trigger on the .44 was much better than anticipated but different grips might be needed to reduce trigger guard slap. Other than that I'm greatly pleased with the 5 1/2" in accuracy, balance and recoil using WWB .44 mag and Federal .44 special.
     
  23. No Quarter

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    1968 Model 36 with Altamont Pearls grips. Krone Sterling Silver fountain pen, German Eye Brand pocket knife and a sterling silver business card case. My "executive" carry package for when I feel like I'm "kind of a big deal" :)
     

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  24. hercster

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    S&W PC 627 .357 V-Comp

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  25. larryh1108

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    S&W 19-5
    Smooth trigger, great balance, all you need in a .357.

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