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Old 10-03-2011, 05:42 PM
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I only have one a 686 no dash with 6 inch barrel and I also have a 586-1 with 6 inch barrel.
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I bought this one in 1984, slightly used. Had it when they announced the recall, and sent it to my friend Mike Stuckschlager in Great Falls to do the modification. Came back with a sweet trigger job. I have since polished out the trigger serrations for a smooth trigger. Shot PPC with it quite a bit. Still one of my favorite and most accurate revolvers.
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Here's my no dash with his new little brother 617. The combat grips are in storage.
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Adding a couple of more photos of the pre-lock 686SSR no-dash.



Okay...nobody is challenging me on the description.
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My 686-3 Bar B Que only gun. A Mr. Davis spent quite a bit of time working on this one I believe. Anyone know of Mr. Davis?

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I'll raise you one engraved by Ray Viramontez.
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Beautiful Palmetto, just beautiful. I wish I could just do that sort of thing on a piece of paper!!!!!

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Beautiful Palmetto, just beautiful. I wish I could just do that sort of thing on a piece of paper!!!!!

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Thank you sir. Your's is very nice also. I can draw it but I wouldn't know where to start putting it on metal. Ray said it takes years to learn how.

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I recently got this 686. I added the Ahrends grips yesterday.
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The one we have here.

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I'll raise you one engraved by Ray Viramontez.
Thats a beauty. Wish I could afford to get that done to mine. I would like to get it engraved to commemorate the friend who left it to me.
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Thank you very much sir. It is still a good shooter.

One day my little girl or her kids will get it.
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My Distinguished combat magnum 686 no dash. Great shooter.
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i have a 21/2 and a 4 both no dash great guns!
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Where are the pictures?
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Heck no on the too heavy M3Stuart. Stick with her and with practice I think you will start to embrace the extra heft, as well as the extra 2" of sight radius. She is one sweet piece.
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My S&W 686-4 2,5"
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Old 11-01-2011, 08:37 AM
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A 3" 686 is on my short list.

I saw a 686 Plus Talo Edition for sale on another forum several months ago, and I made a deal with the seller. Beautiful revolver with the non-fluted cylinder. The day before we were to meet for the transfer, he discovered that the barrel was slightly cocked to one side, so he told me he was sending it back to S&W for repair. When he got it back, he decided to keep it.

It was the one that got away...
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Here is my 686-5 4" 7 shot.





Here is a 686 no dash 2 1/2 in. that I just picked up a week or so back. This will be a Christmas gift for my oldest son.

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Old 11-02-2011, 04:24 PM
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My baby, 686-4 plus 7shot 6"with my grips I scored at a gun show for $20!!
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Here is my 686-5 4" 7 shot.





Here is a 686 no dash 2 1/2 in. that I just picked up a week or so back. This will be a Christmas gift for my oldest son.
What kind of grips are on your 4in barrel? I feel like they'd be great on my 5in 686 plus pro
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Old 12-16-2011, 04:40 AM
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This is my favorite go-to gun.
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Got to love them 686's.
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Of all the guns i've had and sold, the one i regret selling the most was an early 80s 2.5 inch Lew Horton 686...beautiful guns in this thread fellers, Happy Holidays to ya all
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I recently stumbled across this beautiful LNIB 686 no dash 4 incher....





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My 686P-6 - Although it has the dreaded IL, it's still a nice gun.

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I recently stumbled across this beautiful LNIB 686 no dash 4 incher....






The only camera I have available is a cell phone which does not take good pics.
Mine looks exactly like yours, no dash except for the "M". I bought it new in 1986. Its only had about 1/2 dz. rounds thru it by me plus what the factory did when the "M" was stamped in it.
I usually take it with me when I go camping or travel packing it in luggage or a box with other stuff. Its like new, I have the original box, receipt and all other papers and 2 speed loaders.
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Model 686-5

Seven shooter.

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My 686-6 SSR

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686-6+ and 686-1



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I've never kept a 686 until now, these both are keepers.

A 686-3 Mag comp, and a 686-1 with 3" barrel installed.

















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686 3 inch & 686 2 1/2 inch
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.357, your gun is a beauty but I would love to know where you got the patches?
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Here's my 686 4" with factory black finish I use in IDPA. The grips are Spegel Extended Boot Grips. While not custom fit to the gun, the fit is so precise that custom fitting would not have been any better. The gun has been to the Performance Center for their Master Action Job. The shine on the cylinder in the second picture is where the PC chamfered the charge holes.




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Frank, I got these patches at Campaign Casuals. You'll find some neat patches on that site. Hunting Club Military Patches

Thanks for the compliment.
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Gorgeous gun and I LOVE those grips, too!!!!!!!
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Congrats on your 3 inch 686!! Gorgeous gun!!!!!!! I'm currently looking for grips that are on you new revolver as I LOVE them!!!!!
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Congrats on your 3 inch 686!! Gorgeous gun!!!!!!! I'm currently looking for grips that are on you new revolver as I LOVE them!!!!!
Hi Bill- Thanks. The grips are from Altamont. Rosewood, round butt - K/L frame.
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Wheel Fan, thank you very much!!!!
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Well, my 686+ 3" arrived about 2 weeks ago, and I finally got to the range last Friday. Two clicks of the rear sight to the right and it shoots dead on with both .357 and .38+P. I shot about 70 rounds.

I will add Ahrends, either cocobolo of mordillo [but have considered maple because of the uniqueness]. What is the favored finish, oiled or the standard?

I have become a fan of shoulder holsters and am currently trying to decide between the Lobo [I already have one for a Colt Magnum Carry] and a PWL that I recently saw on their web site. I'm waiting for a reply from them before making my decision.

Here's my photos.
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JohnAC, those Ahrends Grips look superb!!! Thanks for pointing out who made them and also for the wood you selected. I plan on getting a set for my 686 3 inch.
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Very nice! If you don't mind my asking, what are the grips on the top one? Very cool!
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JohnAC, those Ahrends Grips look superb!!! Thanks for pointing out who made them and also for the wood you selected. I plan on getting a set for my 686 3 inch.
Bill,

Thanks for the compliment - those are Ahrends finger groove combat grips in coco bolo. The grips have the hand rubbed finish rather than the high gloss option. Hope that helps
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My new 686+ 2.5... fresh off the range.
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Here is my 4" dash 3 wearing Kurac grips.




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After selling off a few and giving a couple of others away I ended up with only my favorites left.

I got tired of constantly swappin' out their lookin' grips for their
shootin' grips and have come to see the beauty in functionality.

Shown below with their ugly rubber shootin' grips......

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