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    Default Lets see those old school revolvers.

    Having grown up during the tail end of the revolver era I developed a life long love for these old school beauties. My first duty gun was a S&W model 15.


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    S&W Model 10-8



    S&W 67-0



    S&W 25-5



    S&W 24-3



    Colt Official Police



    On the left, Colt Detective Special, center Colt Agent, and on the right, Colt Agent.

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    Default Re: Lets see those old school revolvers.

    I also have a 10-6, 14-3 (six inch), 25-9, 13-3 (4 inch), 24-3 (four inch) and a few stainless models as well.

    Gotta love blue steel and walnut.
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    Nice pics Tony F. Love the Colt Official Police. That's a nice piece!

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnydavid View Post
    Nice pics Tony F. Love the Colt Official Police. That's a nice piece!
    Me too. I always wanted a Barney Fife gun.

    I carry a bullet in my shirt pocket when I carry that revolver.
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    Colt Python! I carry a glock but wheel guns are my passion.
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    Go head, skin it. Skin that smoke wagon and see what happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyF View Post

    S&W 24-3



    I absolutely love this gun. Also, very cool no dash with the stainless sights. Here's my no dash 66.



    Mountain oracle, very cool Smython!

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

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    S&W Model 22 Thunder Ranch







    Everyone needs some J Frames as well

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