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Revolver Picture Thread of All Time

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

  1. 9mmfan

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    Thanks, It was an Xmas gift to myself a handful of years ago, replacing a silver face I bought in the early 90's when they could be had for 'bout $400. Young and stupid circumstances, and I didn't have it any more.:cuss: I really need to start playing regularly again.

    Back on topic, Casey111, that is one good lookin' setup. Nice piece and sweet rig.
     
  2. benenglish

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    My go-to fun gun

    [​IMG]I guess this revolver dates from back in the days when PPC was so popular that people used purpose-built revolvers for the "snubby" side matches. All I really know about it is that it's super slick, accurate, and I find myself defaulting to grabbing it and a box of wadcutters whenever I want some relaxation via a bit of slow, precision target shooting.

    The barrel is marked "Sage Undercover" so I guess the 'smith was named Sage. Does that ring any bells for anyone?
     
  3. Eaglestroker

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    Man there have been some great looking shooters posted since I last browsed. I love that Freedoms single action and the PPC snub! Found this little 629 locally which shocked me. Double shock when it was affordable.

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  4. Casey111

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    Beautiful pictures guys. Really like that PPC snubby. Not something you see every day!
     
  5. Mastershroom

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    Just bought my first revolver, a Ruger SP101. I got the .357 magnum version with 2.25" barrel and exposed hammer. Might try a Hogue grip if the .357 recoil shreds my finger meat, as some reviews say it does. I only have .38 Special ammo for now.

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  6. benenglish

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    A Smith and Wesson M14 single action revolver with factory trigger overtravel stop. I have loved the single action S&Ws of this sort ever since I was a kid. It's always fun to hand them to someone and give them permission to dryfire. They see the cylinder turn but the hammer doesn't come back...and they get really confused. :)

    The picture shows 5 onehanded slowfire shots at 20 yards; it wouldn't be a group of mine if it didn't have at least one flyer.

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  7. blueskyjaunte

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    XXS, XS, S, L, and XL.

    I need a K-frame to round things out!

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  8. tipoc

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    S&W M520 from about 1980.

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  9. ROGERBEST

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  10. coiler666

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    That 629 snubby is just a Gorgeous lil Dragon! Love it.Mike
     
  11. ghitch75

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    S&W 325PD.....
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    1960 Colt Official Police 22LR
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  12. Alnamvet68

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    my first brand new revolver, chiappa rhino 40ds .357/.38 sp
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  14. Alnamvet68

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  15. cal01

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    Here's one of my more useful revolvers - you see, we have a wild hog problem here in East Texas!
     

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  16. tipoc

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    cal01,

    What gun is that?

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  17. 9mmfan

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    I think most of these are scattered around here someplace, but who doesn't love pics?
    These are from my series "Guns On Man Purse On Amps".:rolleyes::D
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    Then there's "Old Timey With Shotgun".
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    I promise I'll stop recycling these and take some different ones. Hmmm, my J frames are feeling like red-headed stepchildren...
     
  18. cal01

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    "cal01, What gun is that"

    The gun pictured is a Ruger Super Blackhawk Hunter in .44 Magnum with a Burris scope. Great wild pig gun.
     
  19. Snake Plisskin

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    Here is my new to me 686-1, this thing is sweet.


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  20. Cranky CJ

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    These are my Sixes;
    Security Six on top, Police Service Six on bottom.

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  21. bc1023

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    Smith & Wesson

    1st row: Model 19-6, Model 29-2, Model 29-2, Model 586, Model 27-2, 460 XVR, Model 29-10, Model 686-1

    2nd row: Model 10-5, 1905 4th Change, Model 19-4, Model 10-6, Model 10-5, K38 Target Masterpiece, Model 629-5, Model 40


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    Colt

    1st row: Detective Special, Detective Special, King Cobra, Anaconda, Official Police, Officer's Model Match, Single Action Army

    2nd row: Python, Python Elite, Python, Python, Python, Python, Diamondback


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    Ruger

    1st row: Blackhawk, Blackhawk, New Model Blackhawk, New Model Super Blackhawk, Super Blackhawk

    2nd row: Super Redhawk Alaskan, Police Service Six, Redhawk, GP100



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  22. bc1023

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    Taurus, Rossi, and Dan Wesson

    Dan Wesson 357 Maximum, Dan Wesson 445 SuperMag, Taurus 689, Taurus Raging Bull, Rossi 971, Rossi 69


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    Miscellaneous

    Korth Combat, Manurhin MR 73, Freedom Arms 97 Premier Grade, Century Model 100, Herter's 401 Powermag


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    Rimfire

    Heritage Rough Rider, Cimarron Plinkerton, High Standard Double Nine, High Standard Sentinel Deluxe, H&R 999 Sportsman, H&R 949, High Standard Sentinel MK IV


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  23. iLikeOldgunsIlikeNewGuns

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    whoooooooooooooooooa BC1023

    somethin's tellin me you like revolvers...


    what caliber's that model 100?
     
  24. bc1023

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  25. tarosean

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    Whoa... The real question is have you shot it more than once?
     

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