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Revolver Picture Thread of All Time

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

  1. Eaglestroker

    Eaglestroker Member

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    Hey Ghitch, funny I just finished this nice rig for a customers 4" Python!

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    Bought this Ruger New Blackhawk in 44 Mag today, nice little handgun.

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  2. SharpsDressedMan

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    ^^^Beautiful worksmanship, and I like the color, too!
     
  3. msrtex

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    What SharpsDressedMan said.
     
  4. harrygunner

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    Great photos folks

    Nice revolvers and nice leather in these pages!

    I avoid looking here since I'm trying not to get a SAA in .45 Colt for fun. :)

    Here's the two revolvers I own so far:

    SW 640-1 (pre-lock) in .357 Mag I use for either backup or occasions with hugging family or business situations where I don't want to possibly upset a prospective client.

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    Ruger Redhawk in .44 Rem Mag with 5.5" barrel for visiting wild places.

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  5. Eaglestroker

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    Very nice Redhawk!
     
  6. CDR_Glock

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    My buddy found this one for me.

    Colt Python 8" barrel with a scope. It also has the original sights, box, paperwork, etc.

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  7. content

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    Hello friends and neighbors // Colt+ SAA+"Bisley Model" +.45colt + DOM 1908 = another bottom shelf shooter but I'm content.:D
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    Outstanding leather Eaglestroker, your talent and passion have come together nicely.
     
  8. Eaglestroker

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    Thank you for the compliments, content. I think id be 'content' with that shooter too ;)

    Here's something cool:


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    Hello friends and neighbors// Colt Revolving Belt Pistol of Naval Caliber,, or...AKA 1851,Colt Navy, .36 cal.
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    This 1861 DOM was the type carried by the legends Wild Bill Hickok,,Doc Holliday,, Ned Kelly and Robert E. Lee.
    Still indexes and works fine but I don't intend to shoot it.
     
  10. 460Shooter

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    This is by far my favorite revolver in my collection purely for the absurdity of it. I have spent about 20 hours in front of the TV hand polishing it. It's a great shooter.

    S&W 460V

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  11. LHRGunslinger

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    I've got to ask. Have you shot any RPG's with it lately?
     
  12. 460Shooter

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    RPG's? LOL!
     
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    Hello friends and neighbors // In the movie RED, John Malkovich uses the S&W 460V to bullseye the tip of an RPG causing it to explode. Fun movie and a great shot too.lol
     
  14. Jaymo

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    "Old man, my a**!"

    Great movie.
     
  15. 460Shooter

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    Ah that's right! I forgot all about that. Now that would be a training drill for Gunsight to start implementing!
     
  16. mesinge2

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  17. Eaglestroker

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  18. 460Shooter

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    Me thinks I see a S&W 629-4 (?) slab sidded Performance Center in that mix. Mmmmmmmmmm................ .44 magnum...... I've been looking for one of those for awhile. when I have the money, I can't find the gun, and when I find the gun, I don't have the money. Doh!
     
  19. Eaglestroker

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    Why yes...yes you do :)
     
  20. slow944

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    Here are a couple of mine.

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  21. MisterNoisy

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    Just picked up this Taurus 990 for plinking:

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    It's hilariously huge/heavy for a .22LR revolver.
     
  22. AgentV3

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    Smith and Wesson Model 28-2 Highway Patrolman

    This was taken the day I got it:
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    It's in almost perfect condition, barely shot if ever. The only problem was the stock grips were a little too small for my hand. I sprung for official S&W N-Frame target grips instead of generic Pachmayr grips, to try to keep it close to authentic. Here she is wearing the new furniture:
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    You just have to love an old pinned and recessed Smith :D .
     
  23. Doghandler

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    Looks like mesinge2 has made it to 5star nirvana!
     
  24. skidder

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    Yes, that is impressive. Looks like about 235 rounds (including the chambered rounds): That would be a fun day at the range.:)

    Really skidder? You counted how many bullets? "yes", get a life :D.
     
  25. JellyJar

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    Eaglestroker

    Is that some sort of short barrel shotgun pistol in the last picture? If not what is it?
     
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