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What S&W REVOLVER In movie BLOOD WORK??

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Kahr carrier, Dec 30, 2002.

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  1. Kahr carrier

    Kahr carrier Member

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    What model SMITH SNUBBIE is CLINT using in the movie BLOOD WORK it looks sweet.:confused:
     
  2. JoeHatley

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    I think that was a Performance Center 627.
     
  3. riverdog

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    Definitely looks like an N-frame, but I thought the muzzle looked bigger than .357. I was thinking of a 629 when I saw it. I'll have to rent the movie and get a better look.
     
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    That's a PC 8-shot 627, I'd say. No way you could fit 8 rounds of .44Mag in that cylinder. ;) The hole in that barrel did look pretty big, but don't they always when they're pointed at you?

    Interesting movie...lots of mixed messages.
     
  5. guy sajer

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    Yes it is a 627 PC 8 shot .357 with 2 5/8" bbl. It was a special run that Lew Horton had made up a couple years ago . We had 3 to sell . If you look close , you'll see the Millett orange front / white rear sights .


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  6. riverdog

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    Haven't seen the movie, just the trailers. I'll put it on my list.
     
  7. Kevlarman

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    Would've been nice if Cilnt hooked up with his old S&W Model 29 again. :D
     
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