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Wonderful posts from everyone. Here's a pair of M&P 1905 targets.



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You know, I clicked a "like" here and there and then stopped because I liked them all!!!!

The OP wanted thoughts - my thoughts are that it's always a joy to see guns that match each other, no matter what style, age, brand, caliber. Gun art, sometimes called "gun porn" around this campfire, is enhanced when there are two and three of the same thing.

From a practical perspective, if the firearms are shooters and not just collectibles, there is always something to be said for having guns that match, whether for competition or self defense. Clint at Thunder Ranch likes to say two is one and one is none in the case of fighting guns that might break when you need them most.

So I really do appreciate pairs, or sets, whatever you want to call them.

Then, again, I'm one side of a two set pack that my late, lamented, and quite sainted mother delivered a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away.

That gives me an idea for a fun thread in the lounge. "Twins".
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Here's the Phil Quigley engraved pair of pre-27s, with Keith Brown Grips that is currently my avatar. Probably one of my favorite pairs of all time...

... in their custom Marvin Huey case:



... and a few of them together:





Every time I see them, they make me smile...
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Two pairs...
586 4”
586 2 1/2” an PC 586 3”
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Well I just have some test pics right now until I can do a thread. Also waiting on some Historical info but I have a set of something a bit different.

A set of pretty scarce factory red post guns

A four screw pre 17 in factory nickle,

A five screw three digit k22 in matte finish

The way the factory sent them


The way I like them. Not sure which set the Rosewood looks better on.

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That’s the pair I have been waiting to see again....they give new meaning to the word “magnificent”!
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Here are a pair of M1917’s, one a Colt and one a S&W. Bill
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Persona Non Grata Pair Number 5 (44 Magnum and 22 Jet) presented to General Curtis Le May in 1958 and 1961, respectively. Five pairs were made for members of the PNG Club. Click on the photos for a better look.

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As close as I can come (and not in this time slot), 2 of 200 629-6 Back Comp Hunters. I call them Ginger and Mary Ann.

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Consecutive # Ruger Blackhawk's .44Mag.
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Not exact pairs but the closest I have; 2 x Model 10's and 2 x Model 36's.
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Colt .45s engraved by Frank Leaman of Mokelomne Hill, CA. in the '80s. 1920 and 1957 vintage. The 1920 gun is on top in first picture and on the bottom in the other. And the double rig I made for them.








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Honestly, I don’t have much that compares to many of these pairs. Thanks to all for sharing.
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Here is pair of Chicom Norinco 1911a1. Please don’t judge me.
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Wyatt's .45's are just gorgeous. The engraving and that aged stag is just amazing.

So busy looking at all the amazing images I almost forgot I had something to contribute. The first pair are a 27-2 and a Pre-27, both 5 inch. Had to move the 27-2 a while ago to make room for something I wanted just that little bit more.
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After looking at all of these fantastic pairs I got to wondering if I had anything to offer. This is what I came up with: 2 not-so-pretty Colts, one a 1911 Commercial and the other a 22 cal Target Pistol(pre-Woodsman). What makes them a pair is they were built the same year, shipped the same day in 1923, to the same location of Chanute Field, Army Air Service and finally to the same person. They have stayed together for almost 100 years. They're not pretty but I think they are a pair. I'm still working on the complete history of these 2 pistols and will get them lettered.

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There are some nice pairs on here. I have a few that I’ve come to trust and depend on but they’re working pairs and not particularly photogenic.
Working and paired because I have little doubt that if used the first one would be in “time out” somewhere so I like to have its twin ready to fill the line.
That oft repeated saying “ Two is one and one is none “
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Richard, you got the title of this thread wrong. It should have been called "Heirlooms". There is just too much history and too much beauty in the firearms pictured in this thread to belong to just one generation. Whether its a plain working handgun or one of these stunning pieces, they all have a level of workmanship, quality and history that extends beyond their current owner.
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Well Richard, since you started this thread by mentioning my 4.5” RM’s, I suppose I should add them. They are a matched pair of “.357 Magnums” shipped from the factory as a special selected pair on September 16, 1935 with consecutive registration numbers 447 and 448. The holster rig is a recent addition I ordered for the pair that was carved, lined, and laced by Bill Brown in Tombstone, AZ. I think you can click on the pictures for a closer look.



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These might not be a matched pair, but they sure look good together. A renickeled 1958 SAA, and a 1930 New Service in factory nickel. Both .45 Colt.

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I had an arrangement with he Performance Center many years ago. It started with the Case-colored Heritage guns, when I was promised issues with the same serial #. That ended with 9 revolvers, and when new guns were announced, I would get a call asking if I wanted them sent to my local dealer through Lew Horton. Naturally, I said yes....here are some.
My serial #0126......
First a 500 magnum and the following year the 460 Magnum...
A pair of Model 25's....
A pair of Model 36s....
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Here is also an interesting pair....both from 1939, the Colt was my first gun and once my mother's..
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Here are a few poorly photographed pairs:







5 1/2” Nickel, 44 Special, 3rd Generation Colt SAAs.

3” 44 mag 629-1 and 629-2

5 1/2”, 22lr, Bull-Barrel Ruger MKIIs. KMK512

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Consecutive Serial Number BCP HDs

Consecutive Serial Number 6.5" Transition HDs

Consecutive Serial Number 4" Pre War HDs


I personally like them and except for the BCP guns I just got the second gun when it popped up!
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I have a couple of several revolvers. Especially my carry piece. If something happens to the star, the understudy fills in until the stars return. It just seems right.

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The only “pair” I think that qualify are my ruger maximums. I have lots of S&W models that are the same barrel length but no two are actually the same gun.

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Big fan of chemistry and biology, and after trying to formulate an intelligent post about enantiomers or symmetrical bilateral anatomy, I ended up with analysis paralysis. Seems the magic of collecting pairs is an awesome artistic way to express our creativity through the S&W collecting passion! And I feel much more balanced with one in each hand.

Both shipped same day to J S Oshman in Texas (Not Rex). Thank you RKmesa!

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I have two 627 PC revolvers. Yesterday, I asked the boss if it was ok for me to get a left and right hand holster for them and wear both. Maybe he thought I was kidding, but he did not say no. I have two UM84R holsters that are switchable to right or left handed. I am not on uniformed duty right now, but when I am, I'm going to set up a completely symmetrical rig for them. Holster, moon clip pouch, handcuff pouch, belt buckle, handcuff pouch, moonclip pouch, holster. 16 rounds of 357 Magnum without reloading. I love it.

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...Seems the magic of collecting pairs is an awesome artistic way to express our creativity through the S&W collecting passion! And I feel much more balanced with one in each hand.

WOW!!! They each looked beautiful individually, but together, they really bring out the best in each other...

I look forward to a dedicated thread with a bunch of photos.

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I didn't notice this before but that belt with those guns, and if I counted correctly, ONE HUNDRED rounds of .357 Magnum ammo plus 12 rounds in the cylinders, is a walking armory!!! It also probably weighs a ton. But man... it pegs the Cool Meter You could be dressed in a flaming pink spandex leotard walking down the street with that rig on and the only thing anyone would notice is the rig itself... BEAUTIFUL
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I didn't notice this before but that belt with those guns and, if I counted correctly, ONE HUNDRED rounds of .357 Magnum ammo plus 12 rounds in the cylinders, is a walking armory!!! It also probably weighs a ton. But man... it pegs the Cool Meter You could be dressed in a flaming pink spandex leotard walking down the street with that rig on and the only thing anyone would notice is the rig itself... BEAUTIFUL
Richard, Risking thread drift but you put the thought in my mind. I've had a close look at the image and I reckon there are 49 rounds in the top row and 33 in the bottom. Add 12 for the 2 revolvers then there would be a total of 94 rounds on the belt in total.

Now, as I remember it, those competitions as a kid growing up, where you had to guess the correct number of jelly beans in a jar, if you guessed the correct number you won the beans, jar and all.

Soooo.. Terry.....?????
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Elmer sported a leather rig like that but I do not recall what revolvers he carried with it. Perhaps Heavy Dutys or Outdoorsman.

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My only picture worthy pair - of 19-4s.
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Kevin, I believe you are referring to this rig and these guns. The holster rig is Berns-Martin with “Speed” holsters. The guns are Triple Locks in .44 Special. I will post them here because the pair of Triple Locks fit this thread perfectly.

For anyone that wants to read more about these fantastic guns see the thread at My first triple lock... was Elmer Keith's




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Are two pairs of 1959 Savage 110L's, one in each caliber produced during this first year of production of the lefty model, allowed?

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Richard, Risking thread drift but you put the thought in my mind. I've had a close look at the image and I reckon there are 49 rounds in the top row and 33 in the bottom. Add 12 for the 2 revolvers then there would be a total of 94 rounds on the belt in total.

Now, as I remember it, those competitions as a kid growing up, where you had to guess the correct number of jelly beans in a jar, if you guessed the correct number you won the beans, jar and all.

Soooo.. Terry.....?????

Mario, correct, 82 cartridges on the belt plus 12 in the RM’s for a total of 94. Total weight of the rig with both guns loaded and the belt fully loaded with cartridges is 11.8 pounds. Sorry, even though you are the winner, no prizes can be shipped outside CONUS.Post Your "Pairs" - and Thoughts on the Magic of Pairs
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Mario, correct, 82 cartridges on the belt plus 12 in the RM’s for a total of 94. Total weight of the rig with both guns loaded and the belt fully loaded with cartridges is 11.8 pounds. Sorry, even though you are the winner, no prizes can be shipped outside CONUS.Post Your "Pairs" - and Thoughts on the Magic of Pairs
That's what I get for counting quickly... count the top row, multiply by 2 and add 12... But alas, it seems that I miscounted the top row and failed to take into account the fact that the holsters had to be attached to the belt somehow.

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At least some of the inspiration for the design of your rig (or at least the photo) is in evidence when you see that beautiful Elmer Keith rig - except that your rig has a lot more "BLING" - and of course, more bullet capacity (did I count 58+12 on the Keith rig?).
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Terry,

Can't blame me for trying . I reckon the 4.5 inch barrels on that pair just hit the sweet spot in terms in terms of length on an N-Frame.

Also thanks for posting the link to the thread on Elmer Keith's Triple Lock's. Remarkable history as recorded by beetledude.

I'll just finish by posting my last pair, Colt 3rd Gen .44 Specials, really just an excuse to show the rig again. Made by a magnificent leather-worker, Karla Van Horne of Purdy Gear.
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