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Revolver Picture Thread of All Time

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

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    You nailed it. I dont 'get it' but it a friends. I can, however, shoot clays pretty well with it!
     
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    A few of mine.
     
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    Astra Model .357

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    Can I have it?
     
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    Ok, wheelyfun66. Can I have that?
     
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    Hello friends and neighbors // Walkalong,, I like the looks of the Astra's and have heard good things of them.

    Would you compare the trigger to S&W, DW, Ruger or Colt?
     
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    Thanks for the chuckle.
    The SA is nice. Not as nice as some of my S&W's, but nicer than some others. Nicer than a stock Trooper Mk III. A touch better than the stock Ruger SS or GP-100. Nicer than my DW M-15-2.

    The DA is as nice as anything I have. Ranks up there with old long action S&W's, smoothed up Redhwaks, and my stock "MIM" 696. Very smooth, consistent, and easy to know when it is going to let off.

    All six cylinders lock up with ZERO movement side to side or front to back.

    Of course, it is only one sample, but my Astra .44 action is very nice, although lock up has a tiny bit of play in both directions. More like most guns.
     
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    Thanks for the review, I have never shot an Astra but can see one in my future.:D
     
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    Ex duty revolvers

    S&W Model 10-6 38 Special in nickel and a S&W Model 19 357 Magnum. S&W cuffs as well.
     

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    I just made these grips for my Vaquero. Cocobolo.
     
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    Hello friends and neighbors // Just had to get this dirty right away!
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    S&W 25-5
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    .45 Colt
     
  18. mesinge2

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    Just beautiful. It looks pristine!!
     
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    Thanks, mesinge2,,,Just a thread thin turn line on the cylinder after 27 years works for me. Got to love gun "owners".:D

    I have not found an engraved S&W at anywhere near my budget, outstanding snag/save.


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    bushmaster1313 is showing some love for the 27,,,,that is a sweet shootin N frame too,nice shorty.
    I have its big brother the 27-2 ,,8 3/8". 2527.jpg
     
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    For anyone curious, I found the engraver's info. His name is George Turner from Cleveland, Ms. He is a WW2 vet and still engraving at 91 years of age.
     
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    Just put new stocks on my S&W 36 (no dash, nickel round butt)

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    They look like badgers, I have the same or similar for my model 19!
     
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    627 PC, 6 1/2" barrel. 1 of 200 made for Lew Horton.

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    I don't have the words so:

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