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Old 12-27-2012, 04:11 PM
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A friend called and said he had picked up a nice Model 37. He's not a S&W guy so, he asked me if I wanted it. How could I turn it down? I have a bobbed hammer around here somewhere that I think I'll put on it and carry it.

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Old 12-27-2012, 04:14 PM
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Gosh, I need some new friends that will bring me a pinto. Do you think it is original?
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That's pretty nice! I'd leave it the way it is.
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No, not a Pinto. Just the lighting on the cylinder makes it look nickel, it's dark blue.
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No, not a Pinto. Just the lighting on the cylinder makes it look nickel, it's dark blue.
Could have fooled me, well... did fool me! Regardless that is a nice one and yes light will do funny things to some old blued Smiths.
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Nice airweight Chief! Flat latch?
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I'm still trying to figure out how he called with a model 37......I guess they make them darned phones look like anything these days........... Oh, Nice looking phone. Be VERY careful when you answer it!!
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