Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Recoil357, Feb 1, 2019.
I see you found round to square butt for your 60-4.
I've already shown them before in the handgun pictures thread:
My favourite target guns: 14-2 and 66-2:
617 - I wish it had a half underlug, can't see any any reason for a full underlug in a 22:
Military and Police, early wartime production in 38S&W (already sold this one):
Here are mine (please ignore the three non-S&W's in the picture).
This is all I have.
Regulation Police .32 Long
Model 33-1 .38 S&W (Not Spl.)
Mrs Rembrandts Model 60
Performance Center .44
On Active Duty:
In The Reserves:
This is a mash-up of other pics I've posted here and there... There are a couple of "repeat" pieces between the different photos (I was taking the pics for different reasons at the time...). At least 30% of the pieces pictured have gone through various grip swaps since these were taken...
Just the .357s... Top step: 686 Power Port; Bottom step (L to R): 360PD, 60-Pro, and 65
Just J-frames (please ignore the NAA Minis at the bottom)...
Top Row (L to R): 40 Centennial, 63, 640, and 638
Middle Row (L to R): 337PD, 317, 60-Pro, 360PD
My modest collection, bottom to top: Model 36, Victory, and Model of 1905 4th Change.
Well you asked for it, I'll oblige.
Registered Magnum from the very first model year (1935)
44 Magnum from the very first model year (1956 Pre 29)
1950 357 Magnum (Pre-27)
1938 Registered Magnum
1954 Target Masterpiece
1925 M1905 4th Change
1918 M1905 4th Change Target
Early 70's M66
Highly impressive collection!!!
I agree, bc1023 has a superb Smith & Wesson revolver collection. I enjoyed the detailed pics... very educational !
I just drooled all over my laptop.
My Model 19-3. Bought it brand-spanky new in 1975.
Model 27. Shipped June, 1959.
Model 28-2. Shipped March, 1965.
Another Model 28-2. Shipped 1973?
Model 65-3. Shipped around 1982.
Model 13-2. Shipped 1979?
Model 686-6. Bought it new a few years ago. Bought it because I did not have any L frame Smiths, and the price was right.
Don't really care for it too much. I don't like the full underlug and the workmanship leaves something to be desired.
Not a whole lot of J frames in my collection.
Model 36. Shipped November 1969.
Model 36 Flat Latch. Shipped November 1961.
Model 60. Shipped September 1975.
Model 63 22/32 Kit Gun. Shipped around 1980.
Howdy One More Time.
I'm pretty much a 44 guy when it comes to modern Smiths, only have a few 45s, all 45 ACP.
Model 1917, shipped June, 1918. Came with an almost full box of ammo from 1918 too. No the grips are not correct, but I like them.
GHS (Major Gilbert H. Stewart) inspection mark instead of the flying bomb.
A couple of Brazilian 1917s.
My 'newest' 45 caliber S&W. Model 1955 Target. Shipped May, 1955.
Here’s a couple of my most recent S&W Gunshow purchases:
Smith & Wesson Model 68 38 special marked Los Angeles Police Department
Here’s another, Smith & Wesson Model 681 I picked up right before Xmas at the Crossroads Show in Phoenix:
My "K" frames. One of them, a K22, got away from me. From 11:00; M19,M15, M18, M10, M65, M14, M17.
I really like the 1917 that Driftwood Johnson posted. I don’t have one but, wish l did.
Where do you guys find these awesome still new in box revolvers ?
bc1023's - 1950 model - 357 Mag (Pre-27) is my favorite. Great forum !
I’ve seen some very nice photos in this post .
Well here’s what I have to show
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