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Old 11-11-2015, 7:32 AM
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I'll take a pre-lock S&W revolver over the new ones any day.
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Three pinned and recessed Highway Patrolman with original stocks:

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I'll take a pre-lock S&W revolver over the new ones any day.
This is a no brainer to S&W owners.
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This is a no brainer to S&W owners.
I saw a lock-snub .357 Magnum that I just missed buying a couple of weeks ago. You can plug the hole and rework it for $10. The old ones are expensive.

Here are four more P&R N-frames:
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Old 11-11-2015, 7:12 PM
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I forgot to post up my S&W 1917 in my last post, so here it is with my Shield 9mm. Got the 1917 with ugly rubber grips and swapped it out for these thin S&W grips.



Here you can see the grips on the 1917 are actually just a bit thinner than the stock grips on my 19-3.


Speaking of K frames here are mine again with better pictures.
A model 66 no dash and a model 19-3.
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Here are two of my four screw K-frame Model 19's (original factory diamond Target stocks):





The red ramp is a Model 19-1. The other one is a Model 19.
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Old 11-17-2015, 7:20 PM
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Here are two of my four screw K-frame Model 19's (original factory diamond Target stocks):



The red ramp is a Model 19-1. The other one is a Model 19.
beautiful examples of a true classic.
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Old 11-22-2015, 12:44 PM
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My pride and joy, model 66-8, my first Smith & Wesson. I'll try to get some pics that do it justice
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My first Gen 2 S&W 639 new in box with all documents[/URL]
very nice example.
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Just brought these two home


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Passed down from my grandfather. A pre model 10 M&P 38.
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Picked this M60 up a couple weeks ago... I strongly suspect it hasn't been fired since it left the factory.

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This thread needed a bumpin'.

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M&P Shield 9 and 40
4006TSW and 4013TSW

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I like the m&p shield 9. For a ccw and range gun would it be a good first gun? I'm a fan of s&w and like the size, not a fan of flocks even though people recommend it for a first gun. I feel like the m&p is worth the price point. I should probably shoot it first.
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Picked this M60 up a couple weeks ago... I strongly suspect it hasn't been fired since it left the factory.

that's a great pick-up and every fan of the S&W revolver needs to have a Model 60 like yours. as much as i appreciate a blued Model 36, the Model 60 is also a great one. i got a great deal on my Model 60 no dash in like-new condition several years ago at the lgs.
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Now with Apex forward set sear trigger kit.
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A S&W Pre-26 (Model of 1950) in .45 ACP:
Well... since your photos aren't working for me...

1952 vintage...

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Here are three Highway Patrolman in 4". The front one is a rare 5-screw:



This is a 27-2 in 3 1/2":
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How'd I miss this thread??? A couple of recent additions:

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Nice. Very nice.

I think Sigma's should be banned from this thread (and the Earth).

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Time for a bump

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Recently jailed 586 no-dash M-stamp with Herrett's Jordan Trooper stocks.



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5-screw .44 Magnum (a pre-29) 6 1/2":


Model 27 (no dash) .357 Magnum 3 1/2" in nickel:
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Here's a 5 screw M&P, long trigger with a "speed hammer" from about 1950 or so.







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Ladysmith M60-7





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S&W Chief's Special (model 36) w/CT Lasergrips.
S&W 4006 TSW w/Laser Devices Dual Switch Laser

I love these chunks of steel.
They shoot straight and feel great to the touch, especially the 4006 TSW - "melted" (no sharp edges).
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Added a little one to the family. 659.


And a quick video on the 4506.

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A 9mm Shield alongside a S&W made PPK/S-1 in .380









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Model 13



Model 19



M13 and M19



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Pre 27:



Transitional Model 13:

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These two are still dirty from the range. But I sure love shooting them.
S&W 686-6 + Pro Series
S&W 640-1 Pro Series
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The S&W 3-rd gen. pistols are beautiful, functional, and crazy reliable - as long as the slide and rail is lightly lubricated, and the ramp is relatively clean. Love my 4006TSW (pic posted somewhere before yours) - there's enough heft to comfortably shoot it all day long!
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The Smith & Wesson revolvers are better:
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Any 41 love?



How about some PC1911 action?



Unfired Model 60?



Pre-lock 27...



Couple wheelies... a 500 and .44 Mag.

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