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Old 01-06-2016, 04:40 PM
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Boootiful S&W M48-3



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Here is one you don't see often. A 1977 48-3. Three T's, 8 3/8" bbl. Bbl. and cyl. numbered to the gun and presentation stocks. Red ramp and W/O rear. In original, numbered, box with kit and all papers. Oh yeah, a beautiful factory nickel too. No, I will not shoot it. Nickel scratches to easily. Big Larry



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Old 01-08-2016, 10:50 AM
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I just run out of saliva looking at all the pics. Nothing else compares.
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Glad you enjoyed them. Thanks, Big Larry
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mine

mine I picked up in 1981 from a friend that had abt 2 of every model paper work dated 1955

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My grandfather's pre-war K22 Outdoorsman. Sweetest gun I own. He used to carry it around in a holster under the seat of his taxi cab. I'm very lucky still have that holster and a photo of him in his uniform. I learned to shoot on this gun and grandpa's rifle. I remember him every time I shoot it.













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Couple of my favorites .....

617 with grips by Culina in Royal Walnut.



And a 34-1 from 1970.


BOTH are just plain fun to shoot.
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More S&W rimfire revolvers

Top = S&W Model 617 (no dash) 6" 6 shot (stock)
Middle = S&W Model 617 (-2) 6" 10 shot (w/LPA rear sight and Hogue grips)
Bottom = S&W Model 617 (-6) 4" 10 shot (w/Burris FF3 and Allchin mount)



Top = S&W Model 63 3" 8 shot (stock)



Sorry, 2 non S&W's in the picture.
Middle = NAA ported Mini Magnum (w/LaserLyte grips)
Bottom = Ruger LCR 8 shot (stock)
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My grandfather's pre-war K22 Outdoorsman. Sweetest gun I own. He used to carry it around in a holster under the seat of his taxi cab. I'm very lucky still have that holster and a photo of him in his uniform. I learned to shoot on this gun and grandpa's rifle. I remember him every time I shoot it.













Love the story and family pic. Thank you for sharing it with us.. To me this is the type of story that make a gun special.. That guns got soul..
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Old 03-16-2016, 06:33 PM
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My K-Frames:

A 17-3 Square-Butt and an 18-4 Square-Butt

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My J-Frames:

A 34-1 Nickel Round-Butt and a 63-5 Round-Butt

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Old 03-19-2016, 10:05 PM
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Some wonderful revolvers here. My new 617 6" which I hope will be in my family for many, many generations:

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Was looking for my Model 43 today...
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.22/32 Heavy Frame Target

Here is a pair of them, 10 years apart in shipping date. The one with home-made grip adaptor is from 1926, the other from 1916.

First, the earlier one, an exploded view after returning from Tulsa with it last week.


Back together after a freshen up.


The two together.
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S&W Rimfire revolver pictures

Finally added a 4" to go with the 6". Both wearing walnut by Culina.


And this is the spoon that feeds them ....

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Old 05-02-2016, 02:48 AM
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My 617-1 full target version with 8 3/8 barrel.

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Old 06-26-2016, 12:16 PM
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K22 Model 17 Convertible

Find the stock grips better than the Hogue. WMR cylinder doesn't like certain ammo that shoots a bit dirty. Cases stick after only a couple of reloads.

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