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Revolver Picture Thread of All Time

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

  1. mesinge2

    mesinge2 Member

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    I love the Speed six! My favorite mid-frame carry 357.

    Yours looks all kinds of mean with that finish wear. I love a working gun!
     
  2. Eaglestroker

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    Content, the spur is certainly not factory. It was evidently common of the era the mos popular being a King. This is unmarked but done by someone who did a good job. Feels good in the hand and I think it's plain neat :) the gun is from '48.

    Picked this up last weekend. 66-3

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  3. Gladius

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    S&W Lew Horton model 624, .44 Special 3 inch barrel.
     

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  4. Gladius

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    Updated family pictures!
     

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  5. mesinge2

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    Awesome 624!!
     
  6. Rollis R. Karvellis

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    I, know the model 27 Classic isn't a real firearm, but I like it.
     

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  8. O C

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    That's most of 'em.
     

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  9. towboat_er

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    Dang. Now I wont feel bad about buying more. Thanks.
     
  10. PuddleMonkey

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    I only caught the revolver bug a month ago so I'm a little behind the rest of you.



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  11. Doug Add

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    I have not posted anything here in several months. Took these Sunday to post on a knife forum.

    1978 Case 6232 jack knife and 1985 Smith & Wesson 586

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  12. tinygnat219

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    Some "New to me" Revolvers:
    NAA Mini "Wasp". Note the Fluted Barrel and skeletonized hammer. Chambered in .22 Magnum with a .22 LR Conversion Cylinder. I see no practical need for this gun, but it's well made and fun to shoot.
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    S&W Governor with Hogue Neon Green "Zombie" Grips that glow in the dark. Again, no real practical need for this gun, but it makes me smile.
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    S&W Model 10-5 in bad need of a re-finish. The attached barrel has also had at least 3 bullets stuck in it over the years. The other barrel is there to replace the one that has had bulges in it:
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    Model 1895 Nagant with Suppressor (borrowed from a friend who is in the presence of me taking this picture):
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    Colt Detective Special made ca. 1967 per the Serial Number:
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    Ruger SP101 in 9MM:
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    Smith and Wesson Double Action .44 and Webley MK VI with the Swiss Sawback Bayonet of 1914.
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    Smith and Wesson 640, 940, and Centennial (Lemon Squeezer):
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    Smith and Wesson 1917, 610 (no dash), and 940:
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    Type 26 Japanese Revolver with Holster:
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  13. bwsmith2850

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    @ Content.

    Thanks! It's a nice little gun. She finally came on board this year. She finally realized how screwy some of my 'clients' are. Then they had a stabbing where she works.
     
  14. Kernel

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    Does Walmart carry ammo for a Type 26 Japanese Revolver? They didn't cut no corners on that top strap, it must be half an inch thick!
     
  15. Walkalong

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    Astra Model 357

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  16. rme

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    My KGP-131 Ruger revolver

    My ruger gp-100 3' with adjustable rear sight kgp-131 model 1708.
     
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  17. HKGuns

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    My Freedom Arms M83 Premier .454, now with a spare cylinder in .45ACP. Shoots great, with both cylinders.

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    Nice head spacing in the chambers:

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  19. stanmo

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    Too many beautiful guns here. Here's my 5" Rhino, it's ugly, but shoots like a dream.

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  20. murdoc rose

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    some S&W .22s...

    top row...3 no dash 617s, and a 651 (.22 Mag)
    34-1 on bottom

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    K22 Combat Masterpiece, ca. 1953...

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  22. skidder

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    I like Rugers. :)


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  23. skidder

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    I wouldn't call it "ugly" since the design is going to dictate a different appearance.
    I think the designer did a good job considering the hammer and barrel are on the bottom of the gun.
     
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  24. tipoc

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    S&W 38Spl. Combat Masterpiece from about 1955.

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  25. tipoc

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    Two S&W Model 14s Target Masterpieces. One with a full length Bo-Mar rib.

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