Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Recoil357, Feb 1, 2019.
Let's see some S&W Revolvers
Smith And Wesson Model 14 by Tallball posted Dec 22, 2017 at 1:24 PM
686+ by 460Shooter posted Oct 28, 2016 at 6:54 AM
686 Competitor by 460Shooter posted Oct 20, 2016 at 8:14 PM
460V by 460Shooter posted Oct 18, 2016 at 6:00 PM
Regulation Police 1923 by 460Shooter posted Oct 20, 2016 at 8:18 PM
What kind do you want to see? Big ones? Little ones? Old ones? New ones? I can provide photos of .32 Long, .38 S&W, .38 Special, .357, and .45ACP, from 1916 to 2012. "S&W revolvers" covers a lot of territory.
Here's my 3" 60-15. It's my ccw,love this little gun.
Always loved the 3" barrel on a J frame!
For your viewing consideration:
I think I might have a Smith and Wesson or two. Let me look.
How about Model 19's?
No longer own this one. 10-5
I do still have this one. 1905
This K22 Masterpiece is one of my absolute favorites. It's my best revolver trigger out of many.
Smith And Wesson K22 by Tallball posted Jul 30, 2018 at 9:00 AM
I really enjoy this 625 also. It fits my hand well, and shooting 45acp out of an N frame is just a hoot.
Smith And Wesson Model 625 by Tallball posted Apr 5, 2018 at 12:59 PM
686 dash none I bought new in 1986.
My Granddad's CCW. Every year I put a couple of rounds through it.
This should be fun.
Let's start with some oldies.
Three No 1 Tip Ups. All are seven shooters chambered for 22 Short.
At the top, No 1 Tip Up 1st Issue, 5th Type. My oldest Smith, it shipped in June of 1859.
Next down, No 1 Tip Up 2nd Issue. Don't know when it shipped.
Third down, No 1 Tip Up 3rd Issue. This one shipped om September of 1870.
Moving on to No 1 1/2 Tip Ups. Both are five shot 32 Rimfire.
No 1 1/2 New Model Tip Up at the top.Shipped January 1873.
No 1 1/2 Tip Up First Issue at the bottom. Shipped October 1865.
Then on to the Big Daddy of all the Tip Ups, the No. 2 'Old Army'. Six shots, 32 Rimfire.
This one shipped October of 1870.
Here's my pile-o-m19's
A 5" 629-6 with Burris Fastfire and Arhends grips
How about a 625JM with some Arhends Combats?
A 625, 627 Pro and 629
I'll add some more later, should be enough to whet your appetite.
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