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This is my Model 19 that I purchased years ago. It came with a presentation kit and knife.

Certainly a great shooter!
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Alot of Great looking firearms in this thread. Enjoyed looking at them all. I'll see if I can add to the fun. Here is my 27-2, has the 3 T's. Beautiful dark grain targets. and a very faint turn line.

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Alot of Great looking firearms in this thread. Enjoyed looking at them all. I'll see if I can add to the fun. Here is my 27-2, has the 3 T's. Beautiful dark grain targets. and a very faint turn line.

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Love the 27! The deep dark blueing is amazing!
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How bout a no dash 27 that shipped with smooth Rosewood stocks....



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I don't think I've posted this M19-5 RB Snub here yet. It's like new and made around 1981, just when the P&R features were going away. Sometimes
you have to take what you can get, but it still looks really good.
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I think I just wore out my "like" button looking through all these beauties. For me the "Best looking Smith" is...

I'd have to say, the 3.5" 357 factory engraved:










...But I'm partial to these recently modified 8.375" 357's...






But if I have to go post 1980, I sure like looks of the 8-shot 357s (they are mighty fun to shoot as well)...



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I think I just wore out my "like" button looking through all these beauties. For me the "Best looking Smith" is...

I'd have to say, the 3.5" 357 factory engraved:










...But I'm partial to these recently modified 8.375" 357's...






But if I have to go post 1980, I sure like looks of the 8-shot 357s (they are mighty fun to shoot as well)...



WWWWWWWow! Those are some serious full body tats!!! I've worn out my zoom button on that collection!
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A lot of favorites here. Here are mine.

For the 19th Century, I have to say the Americans.





For the 20th Century, I have to say, and it's a hard choice, the short barreled Registered Magnum.




For the 21st Century, I choose the 329PD.

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Well, it's appearance is an acquired taste, but I like the old fashioned Bodyguard models.

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http://attachment.php?attachmentid=2...1&d=1471115350This is my Mod. 625 Magna Classic 1 of 3000. Shown with a Antique George Lawrence holster, and wearing Altamont grips. And with Case, and accouterments.
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A Mod 40. wearing Craig Speigal grips resting in a home made cherry wood case, with all papers, and accouterments, unfired.
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I'd have to say, the 3.5" 357 factory engraved:










...But I'm partial to these recently modified 8.375" 357's...






But if I have to go post 1980, I sure like looks of the 8-shot 357s (they are mighty fun to shoot as well)...



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a KCPD Non-Reg Magnum


it's hard to pick just one.


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Oh no, it's been two months since this never ending thread has been resurrected. I just picked up this one yesterday. Not my best looking Smith, but after I swapped out the grips for some Altamonts, it's about as good looking as a Model 66 with a 4 inch barrel can be. Now if I can just locate a 66 snub, I'll be all set.
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If you want absolute best looking, I suppose it would be this 29-2 bicolor, though I do have a 25-2 and 27-2 that are mint. But they're blued, not bicolors.



Best looking old S&W is this 104 year old Triple Lock Target.
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I really would like a picture of the holster you carry that rig in.....
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Jacklin and Anna ...two very beautiful Smiths......Your Best Looking Smith - Post Picture-aa-11smith-jpg Your Best Looking Smith - Post Picture-anna-jpg
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Looks like this one took over from my Model 36 I posted earlier. It is a Model 19-2 that is a few months younger than I am. Looks like early 1963.



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Harry Jarvis engraved/signed


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Looks like this one took over from my Model 36 I posted earlier. It is a Model 19-2 that is a few months younger than I am. Looks like early 1963.

Colt's "royal blue" finish has nothing on that gun!
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Dang Charlie, I like 'em ALL! I am guessing the grips on the RM in the first picture are KB's (but most of his have a glossy finish like the one'son your long tom), but if they are originals, the grain is the best I have seen in an original pair.
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Wow! That 3.5" RM is a show stopper!
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Getting close to 40,000 views and 400 replies on this thread. Maybe not a record, but getting there. Just like a museum. . .you can visit and look around anytime you like.
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Other than the sights, they're identical....couldn't chose.....😊




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both sets are kb's. short tube grips are oil.
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I think this is the fanciest gun I own...
One of 186 produced.
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Here's my 627 v-Comp. She's back at the mothership now, but should be home soon.
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4" Model 625 JMR pre-lock


5" Model 27-2


4" Model 28


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Surely, it must be time to resurrect this thread. After all, it is a museum, and a museum should never close its doors. Don't be intimidated by some of the amazing guns pictured here. Just post "your" best looking.
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Where did you get the grips on the engraved 38? I'd love to find a set of those for my 15-1!

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My 19-3:


My 15-3:


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This thread has some real eye candy in it! Love those classic revolvers

I thought these made a nice 'pair', love the 45acp. The JM has been upgraded to a 625-4 model of 1989 and my favorite!

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My best looking one. 640-1 pre-lock in .357.
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This plain 4-screw Jane 44 Mag is pretty easy on the eyes...



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Nothing wrong with plain jane. That one's a beauty!
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My 22-4 Thunder Ranch Special with Hogue grips and (OK it's not a revolver, but you did say best looking Smith) my 1911SCe Gunsite Edition
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617-6. This is my favorite .22, just got her 2 weeks ago. The target grips fit me perfectly. Ejects everything very smoothly and is very accurate. 600 rounds and have not needed to adjust the sights.
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My 4 inch 24-3 is the best looking Smith I own today. The gun was almost unfired when I got it in 2013 (bought it from a gun collector here in Norway):







Another of my favourites; my 627 V-Comp. Here with a handgun scope mounted for testing handloads accuracy at the 50 meter range:

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She's not perfect, but in my eyes this 1947 factory nickle M&P, and my birth year gun, is the "belle-of-the-ball"



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Yeah, even a M10 can be a best looking Smith. I like the long barrel since it seems to get the bullet halfway to the target as soon as you pull the trigger.
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my 1969 Model 60, personalized.
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I have been gone for so long that I forgot I owned some S and Ws... Ok, I have a dilemma , I have 2 favorites. The first one is the only model marked 5 inch nickel 4 screw model 29 known to exist. And the other is 2 consecutively numbered serial numbers , model 686 John Wayne Tribute Commemorative America Remembers limited edition with 2 consecutive numbered serial numbers.
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