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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by HardCase, Feb 14, 2012.
They'll hear you grunt trying to pull the trigger.
I can't he the ground in double action with the gun pointed straight down. It is ok if you pull the hammer back first....just ok. It is really an interesting bit of history.
OK, my S&W revolvers. Bottom left up: Model 63, .22LR,
649 .38 Spl
686 .357 Mag
646 .40 S&W
657-4 .41 Mag
57 .41 Mag
Next column from the bottom: 629-5 .44 Mag
629-4 .44 Mag
625-6 .45 ACP
625-6 .45 ACP
625-5 .45 Colt
That is a great looking collection for sure!
I had a 57 .41 mag I got trading in 1984 I loved that gun but traded it for a 1962 POS Nova drag car in 1986 . I was 17. That was a good gun. The car not so much.
When too many revolvers are never enough. I bet Hogue love you.
Nice group of S&Ws there kbuckey! I'd love to have a 10mm revolver, but they are damned tough to find. I don't want one of the uber-lightweight Scandium guns, would like a 4 or 5" stainless in an L or N frame. I think an L would be perfect.
The 646 is a sweetheart. Compared to the 610 you can really feel the difference in cylinder inertia. The titanium cylinder also lightens the overall weight a bit, but not too much. The 610 was, and the 646 is, my IDPA gun. Had a match today and, unfortunately, I can't attribute any misses to the gun!
Yeah, I love Hogue, too. Some people don't like where the finger grooves are, but, boy, they fit me well!
Here's a few of mine:
Ruger New Model Blackhawk, 4 5/8" barrel, .357 / 9mm convertible.
Old Model Blackhawk convertible:
S&W Model 28, (Highway Patrolman)
My Herter's 44...an amazingly accurate revolver...
I must admit that when I had my guns I preferred Hogue over Pachmayr.
If I had that collection I'd think I'd died and gone to heaven.
My other double actions from the bottom: Super Redhawk in .454 Casull, above it an old Iver Johnson .32 S&W short, SP101 .357 Mag, Charter Bulldog in .44 Special, Redhawk in .45 Colt, LCR and Security Six, both in .357.