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Revolver Picture Thread of All Time

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

  1. tipoc

    tipoc Member

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    This is a Colt New Service Target revolver in 44 Special. 7.5" barrel from about 1940. Reblued at some point it is a good shooter still.

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  2. mesinge2

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    Thank you so much for polishing my Redhawk savit260. You can ship it back to me now :D
     
  3. savit260

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    hahaha... I can't take credit for polishing this one..

    It came from the factory that way.

    Apparently, there werent a whole lot with that finish from the factory. Thankfully I have the orginal shipping carton with the propper model number (GKRH-445) for a factory polished 5 1/2" Redhawk, with matching serial number. :) A somewhat rare bird.

    That 44 New Service Target has my heart racing a bit!! That sure is a beauty!
     
  4. RDF06

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    This is the Colt Python I inherited from my Step-father before his passing almost 5 years ago. It was his service revolver with the local Sheriff's office until he retired. It is a 1971 in mint condition. God I love the way this gun shoots. Smooth as butter.
     
  5. iLikeOldgunsIlikeNewGuns

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  6. Snake Plisskin

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    My Ruger needed a good home , so I adopted this nice GP100 4" to add the my revolver collection. Here is a family picture.
     
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  7. aarondhgraham

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    I like rimfire/centerfire pairs,,,

    Meet my Italian girlfriends,,,
    Allegra (Lively) is a Model 87 Cheetah in .22 LR,,,
    Allesia (Defender) is a Model 85 Cheetah in .380 ACP.

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    My former Mother-in-law had a Model 87 Cheetah,,,
    If I was a very good son-in-law she wuld allow me to take it shooting.

    The Model 85 is only a single-stack,,,
    So compared to more modern guns it's low capacity,,,
    And both guns are way too expensive for what they really are,,,
    But you can really feel the quality they have when you grasp one to shoot it.

    I Luvs my Italian ladies.

    Aarond

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  8. Cokeman

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    So how did your ladies make it into a revolver thread?
     
  9. PaisteMage

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    I just picked this up two days ago.
     

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  10. sarto

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    A new baby from abroad
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    And the nursery
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    Happy shooting for all you, great people.

    SARTo
     
  11. tipoc

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    Welcome to Italian shooters!

    tipoc
     
  12. the-ghost

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    my favorite bambi blaster. :D 629-5

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  14. dragon813gt

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    Picked this up last week. New production 6" 586.
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    First loading of the cylinder :)
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  15. SharpsDressedMan

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    Pair of Indiana Jones Hand Ejectors in .45 Colt

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  16. tomrkba

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    S&W Model 24 ... just messing around with the camera...

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    S&W 3rd Model pocket pistol in .32 short circa 1887.


    and for those days when your pockets are really long, an H&R model 676 convertible

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    and a Ruger GP100 for fun

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    Dressed up my 625 with a set of Ahrends & a custom made holster.

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  20. tipoc

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    Blacksky,

    It's helpful when ya post a pic to name the gun and caliber. In the case of a fine older Smith the dob is a help as well.

    tipoc
     
  21. SiteManager

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    Taurus Raging Bull 454 Casull. Topped with a Leupold variable.


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  22. BlackSky

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    It's a Model 30-1 chambered in .32 S&W Long with a 4" barrel. Serial number puts it to about 1969.
     
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    Reading for attitude.
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  24. tipoc

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    Thank you Blacksky.

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