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  1. #191
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    Default Re: Lets see those old school revolvers.

    The little H&R is neat. What model Smith is that?

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    Default Re: Lets see those old school revolvers.

    Quote Originally Posted by 4191775 View Post
    Walleye, I like em... I think I see a H&R and the Ruger is super sweet. What else you got there? Is that a Smith & Wesson 1st Model?

    The two others look like Astra or maybe Rossi?

    Thanks for sharing,

    4191775
    Yes, Model 1 2nd edition, Rossi sounds right for the .22, it and the H&R came with the wedding ring and the other is a Charter Arms .44SP. The only one I've shot is the .44, for some reason I like it best.
    Fuck joe biden and the ho beside him

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    Default Re: Lets see those old school revolvers.

    Here's a ca. 1970 Smith & Wesson Model 19-3 that's P&R and 3T's



    And a quite a bit older Hand sized Belgium Pocket Revolver 6 shot .32 Short Colt, the grips are dark wood, not plastic

    The manufacture is Auguste Francotte of Leige who were one of the better manufactures of the time. The gun was a WWII bring back from Germany.




    Regards,

    4191775

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    Default Re: Lets see those old school revolvers.

    Quote Originally Posted by 4191775 View Post
    Here's a ca. 1970 Smith & Wesson Model 19-3 that's P&R and 3T's



    And a quite a bit older Hand sized Belgium Pocket Revolver 6 shot .32 Short Colt, the grips are dark wood, not plastic

    The manufacture is Auguste Francotte of Leige who were one of the better manufactures of the time. The gun was a WWII bring back from Germany.




    Regards,

    4191775
    Those are nice looking right there! How's ammo on that .32? Have to make your own?
    Fuck joe biden and the ho beside him

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    Default Re: Lets see those old school revolvers.

    Quote Originally Posted by Walleye Hunter View Post
    Those are nice looking right there! How's ammo on that .32? Have to make your own?
    I have a few rounds that are for show(Picture taking) and that's it.

    If I ever have to shoot that gun, sh*t has really hit the fan.

    4191775

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    Default Re: Lets see those old school revolvers.

    Quote Originally Posted by 4191775 View Post
    I have a few rounds that are for show(Picture taking) and that's it.

    If I ever have to shoot that gun, sh*t has really hit the fan.

    4191775
    I'll bet you could cut down some S&W 32's and make your own. Not that you'd want to, that's not something I would shoot either. I'd probably ruin it somehow.
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    Default Re: Lets see those old school revolvers.

    1950-M22.jpg

    S&W Model 22, 45ACP
    Wheaties aren't made out of the same stuff today as they were 40 years ago.

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