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Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by bushmaster1313, Mar 16, 2012.

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  1. bushmaster1313

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  2. loadedround

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    Nice revolver, so what's your question.
     
  3. bannockburn

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    bushmaster1313

    Care to elaborate? I'm thinking maybe an older Model 27.
     
  4. skt239

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    I see your S&W and raise you one Ruger

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    :)

    Seriously, what are we doing here?
     
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  5. Thaddeus Jones

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    I don't know about y'all, but I'm admiring bushmaster1313's finely crafted S&W revolver. Forged parts, firing pin on the hammer and blue you can see your ancestors in.

    Thanks for posting it bushmaster1313! :)
     
  6. Iggy

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    Aw, he's just showin' off again.:evil:
     
  7. oldfool

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    ain't got the eyes for them closeup pics, like some do
    either a minty N-frame 27 or mebbe a minty k-19
    but I suspect bannock hit on it

    now... if only I had some webpics to raise skt239 one-something

    gun pics
    the best of the internet, whatever your flavor, right here :)

    if you got 'em, flaunt 'em !
     
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    Well, if y'all are gonna play that game... hardly the best photographer (me), but I like the S&W:

    my 1976 36-1:

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  9. Starter52

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    Nice 5-screw S&W, bushmaster.

    "... blue you can see your ancestors in". Pure poetry.
     
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    One line K22 Masterpiece
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    Model 66 no dash
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    Oh the no dash made my heart skip a beat.............:D
     
  12. CajunBass

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    I can't run with the big dogs, but I can at least show up for these things from time to time.

    1955 M&P 38

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    1955, M&P 38.

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    1954, .357 Magnum

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    Hello friends and neighbors // I like these threads, they always add something new to the list.

    I don't think I've posted this one.
    I - frame .32HE.
    S&W32swl.jpg

    Great little shooter.
     
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    Yep, the strippling on the top strap gives it away as a 5 screw 27 or pre-27. Very nice indeed.
     
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    1955 .357 Magnum.

    The holster wear from prior owner(s) encourages enhances value by encouraging use.
     
  16. TXSWFAN

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    I call and all in. :neener:

    Royal Flush.
     
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  17. chuckpro

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    Not the best picture but you get the idea.
     

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    Can I play too?

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  19. CajunBass

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    I keep forgetting about this one.

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    TXSWFAN, That is about the nicest S&W I have ever seen is that a factory pinto and engraving? Awesome gun thanks for sharing!!
     
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    It was engraved in '59 by S&W engraver Seigfreid Rentshcke. I've looked over this firearm with a 10x loop and I can't find a mistake. Talent like his and many others I can only admire.
     
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    I'll throw one in. Nickle 57 No dash

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    OK . . . I'll play . . .

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    A rather unique M29-2. A nickel P&R 5" lugged gun with their quick change front sight system

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