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  1. #21
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    Default Re: Lets see those old school revolvers.

    Quote Originally Posted by MOUNTAINORACLE View Post
    I was just in the safe that has my queens and wonder if this will work for an old school revolver...This is one of my BBQ guns.
    Sorry about all the scratches.
    I know not everyone likes the ornate engraving on a gun but I love to see a piece of precision machinery that someone has turned into a work of art. Nice gun!

    III% - Stand and be counted

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    Default Re: Lets see those old school revolvers.

    A couple of safe queens from my Smith&Wesson collection,top is a mod 1 first issue 6th variation, bottom is a mod.1 third issue
    Last edited by bdriller; August 30th, 2013 at 04:19 PM.

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    Default Re: Lets see those old school revolvers.

    smith m&p and a colt op from the teens and twenties.
    Attached Images Attached Images
    it's only metal, we can out think it....

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    Default Re: Lets see those old school revolvers.

    S&W Model 22 Thunder Ranch







    Everyone needs some J Frames as well

    Quote Originally Posted by GunLawyer001 View Post
    Buy a silencer.

    Tax: $200
    Cost of effective 5.56 suppressor: $500
    Letting the elderly neighbors sleep in until morning: Priceless.

    "132 and Bush I've got him at gun point, OK gun point, 132 and bush, cover is code 3"

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    Default Re: Lets see those old school revolvers.

    Need to get a Ruger in here. Bicentennial Service Six..

    Yond Cassius has a lean and hungry look; He thinks too much, such men are dangerous

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    Default Re: Lets see those old school revolvers.

    Quote Originally Posted by PaleDriver View Post
    Don't do it!

    -just my opinion
    So long as the wood doesnt crack and it doesnt rust/pit then it will stay dont worry.
    You may find me dead in a ditch one day. But by God, I'll be lying in a pile of brass.

  7. #27
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    Default Re: Lets see those old school revolvers.

    Quote Originally Posted by pennlineman View Post


    Nickel Model 19.
    Yo Penn,

    I have the exact piece. My first center fire handgun. From the factory, the best trigger of any firearm I own and at 25yds very accurate if I do my job. Bought it in '76 at age 19 so dad had to sign. Dad is now long gone and in a couple weeks I will be as old as he was at the time. Later had the local Sheriff issue my first carry permit and packed it in a Safariland shoulder rig and I confess, while wearing a turtle neck - it was the 70's, and confess again, a big fan of John Shaft.

    Just sharing a few good memories of the old days and the 19.

    fritz
    Obama. AYFKM?! / Pravda vit'azi.

  8. #28
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    Default Re: Lets see those old school revolvers.

    Quote Originally Posted by knight0334 View Post
    My Interarms Virginian Dragoon Silhouette 10.5" 44Mag(extremely rare model and length).
    My first handgun was a Virginian Dragoon. Not a silhouette model like model like yours, just a plain old .44 Mag. One of the many guns that have come and gone that I wish I still had.

    Quote Originally Posted by PaleDriver View Post
    Smith pre bodyguard 38

    Love the old flat latch!

    My inherited Ruger Security Six .357 magnum. Want to refinish it, but it is exactly in the condition it was when my grandfather passed away so the nostalgia keeps me from it.
    Please let it be. The character that gun has represents the time your Grandfather spent with it. That within itself is priceless.

    Very cool!

    Quote Originally Posted by ithinkimamedic View Post
    Everyone needs some J Frames as well
    I agree!



    Nice collection BTW.

    Quote Originally Posted by ewrski View Post
    Need to get a Ruger in here. Bicentennial Service Six..
    I love those old six series Rugers, very nice.

    Quote Originally Posted by fritz1919 View Post
    Yo Penn,

    I have the exact piece. My first center fire handgun. From the factory, the best trigger of any firearm I own and at 25yds very accurate if I do my job. Bought it in '76 at age 19 so dad had to sign. Dad is now long gone and in a couple weeks I will be as old as he was at the time. Later had the local Sheriff issue my first carry permit and packed it in a Safariland shoulder rig and I confess, while wearing a turtle neck - it was the 70's, and confess again, a big fan of John Shaft.

    Just sharing a few good memories of the old days and the 19.

    fritz
    Very cool, thanks for sharing. I hate to say it but, I remember those days. Turtle next shirts, plaid pants etc. In some ways things have change for the better.
    Last edited by pennlineman; August 20th, 2013 at 08:41 PM.

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  10. #30
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    Default Re: Lets see those old school revolvers.

    here's some pics of my revolvers....

    Interarms Virginian mfg'd by Hammerli


    Colt Cobra and Commando Special


    Ruger Blackhawks (357 and 44 mag)
    Tim , USAF Ret.

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