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Revolver Picture Thread of All Time

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

  1. richkratz

    richkratz Member

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    S&W model 36 no-dash flat-latch hard-chromed(gone but not forgotten)
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  2. Droid noob

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    Woohoo! Just brought this beauty home today.
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    So excited to get her to the range!
     
  3. tomrkba

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    S&W Model 24

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  4. highpower

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    To celebrate Christmas this year the revolver side of the family decided to get together for a family photo.

    Smith and Wesson on the left. Colt on the right. Rugers circling the outside.
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    And showing up too late for the shoot (pun intended) was this unfired S&W 29-2
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  5. donniesr1

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    great pictures , my model 58
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  6. mesinge2

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    Awesome model 58 donniesr1

    I have been wanting one for years.

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  7. OptimusPrime

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    Finally got my pics together, this is Ms. Clementine.
    K-38 Combat Masterpiece, pre-Model 15, dated to about 1951.
    Yes she was a classic beauty before I put the Hogue grips and an uber-cheap red-dot on her. She's my shooter and I love her.
     

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  8. robowo

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    I really like Ruger revolvers.
     

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  9. tipoc

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    OK robowo ya got me! Who did the nice leather for the Ruger's?

    Nice guns as well!

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  10. Snake Plisskin

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    I brought this beauty home Saturday Model 19 4"
     
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  11. Backpacker33

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    UNFIRED!!!!
    Shame on you . . ..
     
  12. Backpacker33

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    Well, if there's one thing I've learned from this thread, it's that
    I NEED A LOT MORE MONEY!
     
  13. tipoc

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    Smith & Wesson M396, 5 shot L frame in 44 Spl. Titanium Cylinder with a alloy frame. It has a kick. Produced 2000-2005 or so.

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  14. msrtex

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    tipoc, that looks painful!
     
  15. tipoc

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    Empty the gun weighs 1pd 2.1 ounces (18.2 ounces).
    Loaded with 5 rounds of 200 gr. Blazer GDHP 1pd. 5 ounces (21 ounces).

    So yeah if you don't start flinchy ya get there quick.

    At 8 yards 3 cylinders slow da. The gun bucks and ya feel it. You don't shoot a gun like this to improve your shooting skills.

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  16. DirtyDiesel

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    New ruger gp100 6"

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  17. Cokeman

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    Is that the original front sight? It looks like it's so much higher than the rear sight.
     
  18. tipoc

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    It is the original. The gun is stock.

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  19. dhcustomwork

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    Police Positive - 38 Special brothers

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  20. robowo

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    tipoc,

    I make all of my own holsters. I got started making holsters for Civil War re-enactors many years ago.

    I just sold the LCR shown in my previous post, since I never used it and replaced it with another GP-100, this one without a scope. Here's a couple more pictures of the GP-100's with holsters.
     

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  21. tipoc

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    Nice looking.

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  22. BlackSky

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    Newest edition to the carry lineup, .327 Fed Magnum.

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  23. SmokeyD

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    My S&W

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  24. savit260

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    Factory polished 44 Redhawk ( GKRH-445)
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  25. aarondhgraham

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    My absolute favorite handguns,,,

    Stella is a S&W Model 15 Combat Masterpiece in .38 Special,,,
    Didi is a S&W Model 18 Combat Masterpiece in .22 LR.

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    I'm not even sure why I bought those atrocious Pachmayer grips,,,
    Perhaps because they were dirt cheap at a small gun show.

    When the gubbermint comes to take my guns,,,
    These are the two they will never find. :neener:

    Velma is a S&W Model 36 in .38 Special,,,
    Velda is a S&W Model 34 in .22 LR.

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    I doubt these will be found either.

    Aarond

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