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Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by CajunBass, Apr 7, 2015.

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  1. CajunBass

    CajunBass Member

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    I think these might edge out the previous ones. They just came in the mail today.

    Bonded ivory. Same gun.

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    Funny thing is, I'll probably still just shoot it with Pachmayr's. :D
     
  2. dickydalton

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    Well, there's Hogue's and then there are these Hogue's:
     

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  3. Redstate

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    Nice looking combination!
     
  4. Redstate

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    A little too showboat / gambler for my taste... But classy, very classy
     
  5. StrawHat

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    They look great! I shoot my 22-4 with magnas and a grip adapter. A lot more comfortable than they look.

    Kevin
     
  6. hAkron

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    I love that all of these beautiful guns show a little bit of wear on them. These are the kind of ladies that get taken out on the town. They aren't just locked up in a tower somewhere.
     
  7. CajunBass

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    Mine get shot at the range, but that's about it. Any wear they show will be from before I got them. I spend my time waxing them. ;)

    But I know what you mean. A little wear doesn't hurt them. :)
     
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    Like the look of the bonded ivory! Reminds me of my favorite BBQ Gun.

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  9. orionengnr

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    Beautiful M58.
    Absolutely beautiful.
     
  10. tightgroup tiger

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    Cajun Bass, you are shameless beyond a doubt. Your killen me here!
     
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    Nothing shameless about that. It's a thing of beauty!
     
  12. PJSprog

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    Agreed. Not a thing wrong with some premium gun porn.
     
  13. dickydalton

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    The wear on my 629 is honest and from 33 years of use. The top strap was marked by a Buehler clamp on scope mount for a Leupold 2X and the gun scored two deer. One at 85 yards and the other at 186 yards. I shot it so much, with heavy reloads in the early years, that I had to have it regenerated by a superb gunsmith. Being as it was a "Grail Gun" for me, that I bought from a dealer that was a true friend, it now relaxes and pops a few 44 Specials most of the time.:D

    Some guns can only be handed down and never sold.
     
  14. Confederate

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    Anyone want to see photos of my Glock?


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  15. Frank V

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    That's one fine looking six-gun. I'd be carrying it with those bonded stocks & the T grip. That'd be a working six-gun for me.
    Congratulations.
     
  16. Deaf Smith

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    So you got yourself a fancy .41 Magnum Cajun!

    Looks mighty good.

    Deaf
     
  17. Frank V

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    Had to come back for another look.
    Very nice.
     
  18. CajunBass

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    I didn't expect to see this back up again.

    I took it to the range the other day and fired about 50 rounds of my reloads through it. Man that thing is FUN. And it puts the holes right where I expect them to be. The trigger is as smooth as glass.

    This one is a keeper.
     
  19. Frank V

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    Great that 58 is one under rated six-gun.
    Powerful, accurate, rugged, & good looking!;)
     
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    Some amazingly beautiful guns in this thread. And personally, I love those T-grips on them. Don't know what it is about the look, but it works!
     
  21. CajunBass

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    I think a set of T-grips makes just about any revolver look like "serious business."
     
  22. ApacheCoTodd

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    It screams "COMBAT"!

    Dress-up combat, that is.

    What a beauty.

    Todd.
     
  23. Chuck Hotze

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    Is your Model 58 from the S serial number prefix period?

    It's a beauty....for sure.

    Mine have a bit more wear - one's had the hammer bobbed by Austin Behlert custom guns decades ago.

    Smoothest double action I've ever owned.

    Chuck

    "Texas Proud"
     
  24. CajunBass

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    Yes it is (S 295XXX). I've been told it's from 1968.
     
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    I like how it turned out.
    It reminds me of my M29!
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