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Post by paddywonka » December 28th, 2009, 2:08 am

Never posted all my S&W revolvers together before. Photos of the ones I have pictures of,for you veiwing.
Victory model US NAVY unmarked-
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MODEL 29 44 MAGNUM MOUNTAIN GUN

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MODEL 696 NO DASH 44 SPECIAL
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1917 WITH 45LONG COLT CYLINDER FITTED AND NUMBERED AT FACTORY BY S&W
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M&P LETTERED TO GARY,IN POLICE DEPARTMENT 38 SPECIAL
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MODEL 940 9MM NO DASH
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MODEL 60 NO DASH
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MODEL 638 on the left w/ 60 and 940

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MODEL 28-2 HIGHWAY PATROLMAN.was my dad's gun
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POLICE POSITIVE 32 S&W LONG
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Post by paddywonka » December 28th, 2009, 2:32 am

S&W MODEL 18-2 22 LONG RFLE
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MODEL 15-3 38 SPECIAL

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Post by Sgt P » December 29th, 2009, 5:24 pm

Paddywonka,
Beautiful S & W revolvers. I carried a 4" S & W model 15 for years when I first came into the Air Force as an SP. I should have bought that revolver when the service offered them up for sale. Never failed to qualify with the model 15 and it shot like a dream.

How do you like the 9mm S & W model 940 with the fullmoon clips? I tried to find one several years back, but settled on the old Model 60 that my uncle gave to me. My Pops friend had the WW1 .45acp S & W model 1917 which was a ball to shoot. I actually got my Pops S & W .38 Victory Model when he passed away. I let my older brother have it as he likes to carry it deer hunting in MD. I put hundreds of rounds thru it as a kid when Pop thought that I should learn to handle a revolver larger than our 9 shot H & R 999 sportsman 6" revolver.

You have some fine revolvers there. Thanks for sharing. Sgt P.
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Post by eagle71 » December 30th, 2009, 5:23 pm

paddywonka,
Sweet pistols! Great photos too - thanks for sharing!
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Post by anjdrifter » December 30th, 2009, 7:58 pm

I too carried a model 15 on duty for years. was one of my all time favorites.(in Nickle)
I had been looking for one for ever in either blue or nickle.
I just had to find the right one in my hand first.
well a few monthes ago finally found a really nice one and now it is mine.I plan on using it to qualify every year for my ccw..
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Post by carguy » January 6th, 2010, 8:24 pm

I haven't been around the forum for a long time and it appears that I've missed some stuff!

WOW! Some nice revolvers! :-* :-* :-*

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Post by flejl » January 31st, 2010, 8:53 pm

Great pitcures.

There is something about an old Smith wheel gun that is hard to beat.

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