Smith & Wesson

Discussion in 'Other Guns' started by SHOOTER13, Jan 24, 2012.

  1. mesinge2

    mesinge2 Well-Known Member

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    .38 SPL model 12-2:

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    .45 ACP model 22-4 Heritage Series with Case-colored frame from Turnbull:
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  2. mesinge2

    mesinge2 Well-Known Member

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    3" heavy barrel .38 SPL model 64 with Bianchi hammer shroud grips:

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    .357 mag model 66-2 six inch barrel:
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  3. mesinge2

    mesinge2 Well-Known Member

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    .357 mag 4" model 586 no dash:
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    38 SPL model 60 no dash:

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  4. mesinge2

    mesinge2 Well-Known Member

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    .357 mag model 19-4:
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    .38 SPL chief's special pre model 36 5-screw flat latch:
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  5. mesinge2

    mesinge2 Well-Known Member

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    I have a bunch more but I need to take more pics.
     
  6. 28Shooter

    28Shooter Well-Known Member Lifetime Supporting

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    I do like that flat-latch 5-screw!
     
  7. Hyphenated

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    Thanks for sharing mesinge2...you have some real nice ones in that collection.
     
  8. axxe55

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    Mesinge2, very nice looking Smiths! i really like the M66 and the M19 and the M586 is also very sweet looking. i have a soft spot for the M19 and the M66. two of my favorite S & W revolvers. that and the older M686!
     
  9. 72Camaro

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    I was looking at a S&W revolver for the wife to carry but probably in 22mag as she really does not like recoil.

    My first pistol was the basic S&W Sigma in .40cal and I'm pretty good with it. It has a very heavy trigger and if you learn on it all the other triggers are easy and it made me a very good shot learning trigger control.

    It was my concealed carry for a while but I found a smaller KelTec PF-9 is an easier pocket carry as I usually have my shirt tucked in and summer is here so plaid shirts are out for the season.

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  10. mesinge2

    mesinge2 Well-Known Member

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    The 686 is the next on my list! :D
     
  11. FOUR4D4

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  12. mesinge2

    mesinge2 Well-Known Member

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    Sweet 686 FOUR4D4!
     
  13. FOUR4D4

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    Thank You I didnt even notice your post about the 686 till now.But it looks like you have the Rugers and the Smiths covered mesinge6
     
  14. axxe55

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    Four, nice 686! i like the model 686. very good pistols. i'm envious Four!:D
     
  15. FOUR4D4

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    Thanks it is an older one i removed the grips and its dated july 1986 i think i did ok for $450 it is a little scuffed up
     
  16. 28Shooter

    28Shooter Well-Known Member Lifetime Supporting

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    The going rate in my area is $450-500 so I think you did okay.
     
  17. axxe55

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    Four, it's a good looking pistol and i wouldn't have hesitated at $450 at all. my LGS has a 4" barreled one for $600.
     
  18. FOUR4D4

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    can I ask what is a LGS

    Local Gun Shop maybe :D
     
  19. axxe55

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    Four, you win the daily giveaway prize! don't know what it is yet, but you won!:eek:

    yes, LGS stands for local gun shop.
     
  20. mesinge2

    mesinge2 Well-Known Member

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    I can take it if the scuffs annoy you too greatly :D [​IMG]