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S&W "Performance Center" M60

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by wrs840, Apr 19, 2011.

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  1. wrs840

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    I sold mine

    :banghead::banghead:
    Lucky for me I found another!!:D Great five-shot cannon! I carry mine a lot. I am extremely proficient with it. The adjustable sights are what I love and the accuracy you can get justifies the sights. A bit hefty by today's standards but a pleasure to behold!
    BTW, I do my best to not part with any guns anymore. I am getting older and wiser and somewhat more finacially stable.
     
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    Thats what my wife shoots. And it's also her first pistol.

    I like shooting it! It eats full house .357's like a kid eats candy. Makes me giggle like a school girl.

    I like my wifes a lot! :)
     
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    Member Stainz has one. A search under his name will find multiple threads.
     
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    Thanks Radagast. Searching "Stainz 60 Pro" under "Show Posts" did the trick.

    Stainz seems to be pleased with it.


    ...and dadgummit, just a week-or-so ago, I thought I had all the revolvers I really needed...:rolleyes:
     
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    You probably do have all the revolvers you really need.

    That's not a cure for "I wants-it, I wants-it, the precious!"
     
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    Three Schofields for the cowboys under the sky.
    Seven .455 Triple Locks for the sappers in their trenches.
    Nine Registered Magnums for Generals doomed to die.
    One for the Dark Lord on his dark throne.
    One Smith to rule them all.
    One Smith to find them.
    One Smith to bring them all & in the gun safe bind them.
    In the land of Mordor where the shadows lie.

    Its obvious that Saxon Pig is the Dark Lord, you just need to see his collection. :)

    So I wouldn't worry about wanting to buy a 60 Pro. It's obviously not the one Smith. :)
     
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    After my M60-3" blew up, I replaced it with this "Pro" version. S&W gave me a real deal on it.

    Unfortunately, the dislike I have for the profile of this version only grew with time, and I consigned it off last year. I'll replace it with a standard M60-3" sooner or later--after I digest my 396 recent purchase (and current love affair with .44 S&W Spl.)

    My Pro 60 was a fine revolver--no issues, and with a better trigger out-of-the-box. For me, it really was strictly an aesthetic issue.

    Jim H.
     
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