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Old 05-21-2011, 09:23 AM
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You mean to tell me you don't have a picture of your guns ?????????????
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Hey Bullseye,this is the one I intended to post.Don't know what happened.Maybe I'm a little computer challenged.
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How about this old , but much liked M-19?

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A pair of 357s



The Pro series is posted twice but anyway A trio of model 60s.


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I knew you had them hid, there is alot of nice guns on the above pages, not a bad one in the bunch. Lets see you beat them!!!!!!
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Model 27-2



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Even as pretty as your others are, I love the 66 with 2.5"bbl, they just always look to mean business, but that sweetheart right there is major drool factor!!!!! It makes me want to take all mine down in shame next to something that nice!!!!!
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Well, I don't know about "beating" any of them, Bullseye. I'd like to have them all... Here are some of my longer barreled favorites....

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619 - 9mm

That is really cool. I'm not familiar w/ 619's --- very cool that they come in 9mm. I need to stop looking at pictures on this site -- my wallet is smoking.
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Wow! Lovin that BLING! Sweeeet. Actually, how did you get that picture? It's like the gun is floating on its own. Very cool.

Very impressive collections all around, guys. Gives me something to inspire to!

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Here's a few stainless models...





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That is cool, never seen one before. A 647 Varminter according to the name of your pic. What caliber and how much longer does that fluted barrel go on out?
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...how did you get that picture? It's like the gun is floating on its own.
The gun was actually laying on its side on a clear plastic stand, which kept it an inch or two away from the background (blue construction paper) to reduce shadows. I used Photoshop to erase the stand and rotate the pic, which made it look like the gun was upright, floating in mid-air.
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That is cool, never seen one before. A 647 Varminter according to the name of your pic. What caliber and how much longer does that fluted barrel go on out?
.17HMR, it's a 12" barrel. This isn't a very good photo but it does show the entire length of the gun:



The Ahrends grips that were on it when I bought it were way too small to comfortably support the weight of all that barrel hanging way out there.

Mine is one of the original runs, but S&W appears to be making them again:

Product: Model 647 Varminter
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A "Transitional" Kit Gun from 1953


A Model 25-2 with a spare .45 Colt cylinder


A .44 Special 2nd Model upgraded to target configuration


A pre-war Kit Gun


A Model 26-1 in .45 Colt, one of 39, with Keith Brown Ropers


A first generation SAA modified to Elmer Keith's specs and owned by a friend of his


A Model 51 in .22 Magnum


A Model 24-3 with old Coke grips


A pre-Model 36 with 3" barrel in nickel


An early Combat Masterpiece .22LR with Keith Brown Ropers


A Model 520 NYSP


An old H-D Military, ready for a hike in the woods


A scarce Colt Officer's Model Match in .22 Magnum


An Indian Arms .380 PPK clone


Had to throw in some Randalls for contrast!


Some Colt Diamondback .22s


A Colt Trooper in .22 LR


A pre-war .22 LR Outdoorsman


A five-screw Model of 1955 with a muzzle brake


That should be enough for now... ;-)

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The gun was actually laying on its side on a clear plastic stand, which kept it an inch or two away from the background (blue construction paper) to reduce shadows. I used Photoshop to erase the stand and rotate the pic, which made it look like the gun was upright, floating in mid-air.
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A fantastic photo job on a beautiful weapon.

Bullseye,

You started this thread and I know it will likely result in me spending MORE $$$$$$ this year to obtain new [old] S&W's....Drat!!.....the other half is really going to be upset!!!
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Two mid-1960's Bodyguards, both still NIB. Model 49 (all steel) on the left and Model 38 (Airweight) on the right:

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I fear that, shortly, I will be in the doghouse with my missus. All of these pictures have got my IRAS (irresistable revolver acquisition syndrome) fired up again and it is proven fact that this problem can only be satisfied by a trip to the local gun shop. I am but flesh and weak....

I'm thinking that an older specimen with a blued finish might be a nice addition to the family.

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I fear that, shortly, I will be in the doghouse with my missus. All of these pictures have got my IRAS (irresistable revolver acquisition syndrome) fired up again and it is proven fact that this problem can only be satisfied by a trip to the local gun shop. I am but flesh and weak....

I'm thinking that an older specimen with a blued finish might be a nice addition to the family.

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I know what you mean, all these Smith's has made me weak knee. A few more pages and you can look all day at the old to the new, I am inpressed with this. Hope it can get longer .
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I fear that, shortly, I will be in the doghouse with my missus. All of these pictures have got my IRAS (irresistable revolver acquisition syndrome) fired up again and it is proven fact that this problem can only be satisfied by a trip to the local gun shop. I am but flesh and weak....

I'm thinking that an older specimen with a blued finish might be a nice addition to the family.

Chris


A bit older...

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OK here's some more.

A model 940 9mm.


A 337.


A mod 27 Texas Ranger.


A 647 in 17HMR.


A mod 460, sort of a ported PC 442. 450 were made in 1994.


A few 32s, 32 S&W, 32 Long, 32 H&R mag, 32-20 and 327s.


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Bullseye, I don't know whether to thank you or curse you for starting this thread.
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The PC-460 Airweight is a great little gun. Here's mine:
They are great, mine has been used a lot I wish it was in the same condition as yours. But if it was I probably wouldn't shoot it.
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There is enought metal to build a ship and some of the best wood stocks out there. Lets see if we can build another ship or two, and cut down a few more trees for stocks .
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Here's mine:


M&P 9:


A Former NYPD Model 5946:


Model 34-1:


Model 617 (yes, I'm getting rid of those grips soon!):


Model 60 Pro Series:


Model 63:


Former NYPD Model 10:


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Model 686:
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I'm running out of revolvers here, so there are some duplicates.















And this one isn't a Smith, but it's still pretty nice to look at:

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Here are a few favorites, left to right: group of .32 magnums, model 686, model 617.
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