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Old 12-17-2010, 02:13 AM
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If we skip the Lady Smith varients of the 60 and 65

Staying in rough order would require the Model 68, Then C frame M73,

After that we are in the triple digits beginning with the 242.

Anybody have a Model 68 they would like to share?
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Anybody have a Model 68 picture they would like to share?
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I lost interest when folks started jumping in with guns out of order.

The 16 is not that rare. There are a bunch of them that have been posted here before. Then it was at 64? Lost me.
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Man that brings back memories. I had one of those that I acquired while stationed in Germany. One fine weapon.
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I know we passed the 64 but I'm going to post this anyway.



Same 64 with a laser



Do we go to the 296 now?
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I will post my 68, gotta muddle with picture posting process.

We do not want a 61?
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Too bad this one could not have stayed in order. Would have been really neat.
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I own one just like it, but not nearly as nice. Good looking piece.
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You do know that George Nonte was a prolific gun writer during the '60s, don't you? In addition to articles, he wrote a number of books. His last rank was major in the U.S. Army.

I had the pleasure of knowing the late Dick Eades, also a gun writer and close friend of Major Nonte.
Nonte got Dick started in gun writing when both were Army officers at Fort Hood. Dick was living on base and sitting on his front porch when Capt. Monte moved in next door. He watched as a procession of guns emerged from the moving van and into the house.
Dick was already a firearms expert and avid competitive shooter. Not long after moving in, Nonte asked him to take care of a magazine gun review assignment he was too busy do himself.
He shared some amusing stories about Nonte as well as other famous gun writers. It sounded like George was quite the character.
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Thanks to all who have posted photos and information over the last few years. The guns are close-to-in-order so that works out OK. I enjoyed seeing several models I had never seen. Now all I need is a magic wand....
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Now can someone fill the model 33 and 35 spots??!![/quote]
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My mod. 35:
6", 22/32 Kit, I frame, Mod of 1953, from about 1960.
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Model 68 L.A.P.D. version with John Hurst grips.
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I know we're past these, but I took this picture of my straight flush a while back for my Instagram page and wanted to share it here.


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Here is a long dead thread. I think itís still missing a Model 20. Hereís one for you. Interesting thread. Enjoy.
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This necro thread encompasses years of offerings and yet no one has posted any Model 16's. I was expecting to see some very nice model-marked K-32's but guess it wasn't meant to be. So you will all have to settle for my assortment of Model 16-4's...



The 4" and the 8 3/8" are wearing Hurst/Farrant stocks and the 6" is wearing a set of Keith Brown's.

I can offer up a 296 if that is the next step and we are going to continue.

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Nobody posted a 032,,,,,,,,, and me without a camera ?
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Here is a long dead thread. I think itís still missing a Model 20. Hereís one for you. Interesting thread. Enjoy.
It also jumped from a M56 to a M60. Here's a M57 and M58 to fill most of that gap
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Left to Right:
10-5 2" on the left.
10-6 4" on the right.
19-4 4"
29-3 4"
67-No dash 4"
642-1
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Looks like there is no Model 33 listed in this old thread. The bottom pistol is a lettered 2" Nickel 33 from 1963. The other is a Chiefs from 1953.

http://smith-wessonforum.com/members...ief-nickel.jpg

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I haven's seen a 544 so here's one:
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