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Old 03-10-2012, 09:35 PM
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I must preface this post with I am still a rookie to this forum but wanted to share a few pieces from collection with my new found friends. I know its probably been done before but thats okay. They dont have to be all S&W's, just your favorite pieces.

in the presentation cases:
S&W Oregon State Police commemorative 19-4 .357
S&W North Carolina Highway Patrol 29-2 .44 mag
Colt Lawman 2" snub
Ruger service six 4" .357
Colt Trooper 6" .357
S&W Sigma 9mm
Springfield Armory 1911 .45acp
Ruger old model Single six 6" 22/22mag
Taurus tracker 4" 22 mag
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cute kids well maybe not the taurus

some N-Frames

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[QUOTE=weatherby;136398526]cute kids well maybe not the taurus


HAHA...I had to include the stepchild !
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I was going to say the same only about the colts...LOL



first up is a herters 44 powermag
then some super hawks in 44
and a dan wesson 8" 44
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Here are the Smiths.

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I must preface this post with I am still a rookie to this forum but wanted to share a few pieces from collection with my new found friends. I know its probably been done before but thats okay. They dont have to be all S&W's, just your favorite pieces.

in the presentation cases:
S&W Oregon State Police commemorative 19-4 .357
S&W North Carolina Highway Patrol 29-2 .44 mag
Colt Lawman 2" snub
Ruger service six 4" .357
Colt Trooper 6" .357
S&W Sigma 9mm
Springfield Armory 1911 .45acp
Ruger old model Single six 6" 22/22mag
Taurus tracker 4" 22 mag
Nice collection. Could you post a pic of that Colt Lawman?
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Nice, what flavor weatherby's you into?
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some rim fire's



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3 64-5's I picked up at Robertson's recently. Can you tell I like K frames, and 64's in particular. Altamont grips except for the Smith grips that came off my First Smith (Model 14) that I
Sold! Don't ever get rid of your first gun, unless you have a heart of stone. Oh yeah, I did a little buffing too.
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Nice collection and variety. Packed a Springer 1911 for 18 trouble free years. Now pack a Commander and wish I would have bought one years ago as it's reliable and a tack driver. Love my S&W's more. Just shoot an old .45 better from carrying and shooting them for 35 years. I still pack one of my S&W's when I'm outdoors and have a model 57 that's taken 45 deer. Love .41 mags!

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Nice collection. Could you post a pic of that Colt Lawman?
here it is...close ups.
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Here are some of mine :

Left : 686 SSR, PC 686 "Competitor", 686-6
Middle : 617 currently fitted with a Leupold VX-III 2.5-8x32 scope.
Right : 15-3
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