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Default Model Number Picture Thread- numeric order please! (Iíll bet we can come close)

This may be fun, or it may flop like a sack of potatoes!

Letís see if we can put together a thread with a photo of one of each Model numbered revolver (not each revision or variation) in somewhat numerical order. Some of the guns (Models 11, 20, 21, 22, 23, 56, etcÖ) are pretty rare and we may have to skip over them, but please be patient. Some of the members here have some rare and wonderful guns and this has the potential to be a useful thread!

Iíll start:
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Model 10-5 2".

Good luck with Model 11!
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One-line non-interruption: Nice start w/your M10 2"!
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Almost half an hour and no Model 11? Well, here's a 12, 2" like the first post. Toroflow1's photograph, but my revolver.
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Here's a Model 11-4 that was for sale on the web back in May 06. Here is what was said in the ad.
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"Smith & Wesson Model 11-4, yes that is right... Model 11-4! This is one of the dozen or so Model 11-4's that S&W released from the factory in 1996. This revolver was manufactured in 1962 and sat in inventory until 1996. This revolver is NIB and is marked "SAP" on the backstrap which stands for South African Police. This revolver is chambered for 38 S&W. It has a 4 screw frame and beautiful blue finish."
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Not the best pic,
But,,, Top to bottom
Model 13
14
15.

I didnt have a 16, So had to stop,,, Have a 17, But sad to say, No 18 yet...
I am so embarrassed.
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This may be fun, or it may flop like a sack of potatoes!

Letís see if we can put together a thread with a photo of one of each Model numbered revolver (not each revision or variation) in somewhat numerical order.
Do they need to actually be numbered, or is a pre-number model okay? Like the Model 26/1950 .45 target. If we can do that, I personally have a representative sample of each model from 10 through 29 (although I don't have pictures of all of them.)

Either way, this looks like a fun thread!
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The Model 16 was the K-32 Masterpiece. Not a great number were made. At the risk of breaking the chain, until one comes along, and to keep the ball rolling, here's the 17 and the 18:

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A Model 19:

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Very good beginning,looking forward ton the next run of pictures.Interresting photo topic,glad you thought of it.
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Default Model 21

I can help with the model 21.

This one was shipped in 1962, to Capt. George C. Nonte. Fort Hood, Texas.




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Let’s see if we can put together a thread with a photo of one of each Model numbered revolver (not each revision or variation) in somewhat numerical order. Some of the guns (Models 11, 20, 21, 22, 23, 56, etc…) are pretty rare and we may have to skip over them, but please be patient.
Some awesome guns posted so far! Back to the program - anyone have a Model 23 or 24? ... and we still need a Model 16-something!
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I will help out with a rare one. 1950 45 Target, 4-screw, stamped MOD-26 in the yoke cut and shipped in 1961.

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Aside from the 16, and I know they are out there, we are missing a 20. I could post a butchered 520, but that's not really the same thing.

16, 20, 23, 24 . . .
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Sth44:

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.
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Here's a model 24-3, 6.5":



And a model 24-3, 4"

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Some model 25s on the right, all in .45 Colt:



The two on the left are Mountain guns, a 625 and a 25, also in .45 Colt.
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Were still missing Models 16, 20 and 23, but weĎre amazingly good thru Doc44Ďs Model 26. If anyone has one of those, please post it at any time. Otherwise, lets try to keep them in numerical order (or at least close). Thank you all for the great pics so far!
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Model 29-2's
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OK, WE now need a model 30 then a 31 then a 32 then a 33 and so on
Not a 57, or 49, But a 31.
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Red face .32 Hand Ejector (pre-Model 30)

Hmmm, no Model 30ís? This one's not model marked, but I can only be so patient!
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Still need a model 33 and 35, And 39 would be an auto loader
BUT~~~~ we have here
From right to left
Model~34~36~37~38 and Original 40.
As you can see I need a 2" model 34, But there is always something we need.
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Now can someone fill the model 33 and 35 spots??!!
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I don't recall seeing a model 34 - so here's a model 34-1, made in 1981:

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GREAT, Now how about a 41 or 42?, Or a 43 (really want one) for me one day!
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Pre 23, 38/44 Outdoorsman


Top is a round butt model 30-1 , Below is a square butt Model 37 no dash .

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I was only gone for a few days...

We're covered thru the Model 40! Now we need a Mod 42 (or 042, or both), then a 43, then a 45... so please try to keep them in order and keep 'em coming!! I'd guess we're about 1/3 of the way thru the revolvers.
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Non-model marked Model 45.

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Model 48-3 with Sanderson stocks and a Heiser holster.
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Looks like no one has posted a M 40 Centennial,
Otherwise it stopped at the model 50 Chiefs special target.
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According to the SCSW this is a Model 50.
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Otherwise it stopped at the model 50 Chiefs special target.
Here it is but pre-40
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Have not seen a model 41. I know! It's a auto. Don


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Model 40-1:



Model 49:

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Resurrected just in time for Halloween!

Weíre covered through the Model 50! Anyone have a Model 51?
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As the thread is revolvers only,
Staying in order would require models 53,56,57,58,60,60-4,60LS 38,
60LS357,63,64,65,65LS,66,67,68, Then C frame M73, then triple digits beginning with the 242.
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As the thread is revolvers only,
If we skip varients of the Model 60 such as the 60LS and 60 LS357,
Staying in rough order would require models , 63, 65, 65LS.

66,67, 68, Then C frame M73, then triple digits beginning with the 242.

I believe someone posted a 4" Model 66 earlier but the Model 67 was not,
Here is a 2.5" Model 66 and a Model 67 together to keep it moving.


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Maybe a mdl.66
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Old 12-12-2010, 03:52 PM
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I didn't see a Mod 63 so here is mine I bought new in the 70's.

I need to learn how to post pictures better but I will give it a try.
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Old 12-12-2010, 04:49 PM
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66-2 3"

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