Discussion in 'Handguns' started by LAZY EYED SNIPER, Apr 24, 2011.
Amazing set. Really unbelieveable, and quite unusual. Congrats.
Might be picking up a Model 66 (no dash) .357 Magnum. 2.5" barrel. Haven't shot it yet but a coworker offered it to me. For a gun built in '75-'76 it sure is in great shape. Any one own one?
I had one that came through my shop around 2006 timeframe.
It didn't collect any dust. I think I kept it about a week and a half maybe before it found a new home.
BUY IT!!! BUY IT NOW! If it disappoints you I will be glad to buy it from you. One of the prettiest revolvers ever produced in the 20th Century. Is it a round butt?
Thanks. Not that unusual here in Germany
It's locked up at work right now. This is not the actual revolver but a pic I "stole" from the internet.
Feels really nice in my hand. I'll get to shoo it this weekend. Always wanted a revolver and this one kinda fell into my lap.
Wow. Love that Terrier.
Pick up this one today.
M&P 22 Compact
I have come very close to getting an M&P 22. Please start a thread on the Range Report.
Picked up another S&W M&P22.
This time it is a full size.
12 rnd mag model
This should be as accurate as the 22Compact model
and eat any ammo like the compact..
Private sale, I think I did good at $250.
Yeah, I think you did good too. That's a nice looking 22.
I picked this up a few weeks back. Model 629-5 Trail Boss # 126/500 for RSR Distributors.
It is a handful even with the Magna-Porting.
I was on a revolver kick, so I got a few more Smithies.
329PD .44 Mag. and 340PD .357 Mag. Both of these are ouch guns.
686-6 Performance Center .357 Mag
This one has the best trigger of the bunch.
You all have some nice S&W
Some recent S&W finds...
A pair of 8 shot 627s..
an early 945...
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