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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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    Thank you content. Who knows what I might whip up for it. My snub big bores have tripled over the last month. Rear is my oldest, a 24-3 LH. Right is a 624, and front left is a 657.

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  2. roofsc

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    is that a crack in the handle ?.
     

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  3. tipoc

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    I see the crack as well! Fourth row from the left, third gun down from the top of the bedsheet.

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  4. 1 old 0311-1

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    I threw that one away. Didn't want it infecting the others.:neener:
     
  5. content

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    Hello friends and neighbors// I hope you threw out the grip and not the revolver!

    Replacing 75 grips would be a feat.
    Outstanding collection of Combat Grips alone.
     
  6. wgf

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    Redhawk and 586
     

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  7. content

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    Hello friends and neighbors // Nice the 6" 586 is my go to revolver.

    Wish I had one with an adjustable front sight!
     
  8. iflyem1

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    Ruger Red Hawk in 44 mag. What a great trigger right out of the box!
     
  9. 9mmfan

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    Posted this is the Identity and Date thread. Dated to 1920 by our very own Radagast.
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  10. AK103K

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    Hey 9mmfan,

    Who made your holster?
     
  11. 9mmfan

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    I actually ordered it from Todd's Costumes around 2007, I think it was. It is their "Raiders" holster. I want to say that they offered two different versions at the time. A budget version, which had exposed metal on the inside, and warned that it would scratch a real gun, and a deluxe version, which would not. I opted for the deluxe, unless I am remembering a different vendor having two. Now they offer only one, and the texture looks different. It is also less than I think I paid for mine.

    All that being said, I was very pleasantly surprised with mine. Pretty good quality, nice thick leather. I usually use it to transport whichever K frame I owned at the time, though I have carried it some on camping trips. I like it a good deal.

    Western Stage Props and AdventureBilt both offer a version, and I have seen them on Etsy or EBay, don't remember which. Magnoli Clothiers used to offer one, but it's not currently listed on their website.

    I have also seen a pattern on the web, for folks to make their own.

    I don't do cosplay or dress up on the weekends, just thought it would be cool to have and use.

    If I were to cut a notch out for the rear sight, it sure seems like my M28 would fit in there as well, but I've been far too lazy to try and do it.

    If you guys would like, I can post some more pics of it later tonight. I had someone ask me about it via PM, as well as comment about it on another forum. Mods, if you would rather I did so in the Holsters and Accessories sub forum, let me know, and I'll start a new thread.
     
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  12. AK103K

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    Thanks, its a good looking holster (and shooter too :) ). Ive always been a sucker for a well made and functional flap holster. And please do post more pics.
     
  13. bigdogpete

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  14. Eaglestroker

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    Been looking for this one for quite a while. S&W 696:

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  15. mesinge2

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    I am still looking for that one! envy_zps96fdd2bb.gif
     
  16. boricua9mm

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    Old school compact grips with Chig's Elder Burl inserts :what:

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  17. Eaglestroker

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    Keep the faith my friend. Nearly broke down and bought one of GB ten times at least. Local deal sold that no dash, with box/etc for $695 plus tax. I didn't even try to haggle!
     
  18. Twiki357

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    Okay, here my family picture. And, yes, I do like Magna grips.
     

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    one of my colts, i'm a big fan of Houge grips..
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  20. a2x4bbl

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    Bisley .44 mag

    This is my Ruger Bisley in .44 mag . Shilen 1'' bull barrel 12 5/8 '' long . Burris 2x7 in a scope mount I made . The mount started out as 3 lbs of aluminum and finished at just over 6 oz. She is a little heavy , but recoil is very light.
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  21. 9mmfan

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    More pics of holster

    I had a couple people inquire about the holster I posted above, and said I would throw up a couple more photos. I didn't get around to it until this morning, but here they are.

    This one is kind of tilty, but there is no cant when it is worn.
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  22. Cokeman

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    Twin Reverb?
     
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  24. 9mmfan

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    '65 Super Reverb Reissue.
     
  25. Cokeman

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    Heck yeah!
     

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