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Discussion in 'Revolvers - all things wheelgun related' started by Geezer, Jul 10, 2015.
Those grips are wonderful, got2hav1!
Aesthetically , they don't work for me. But the design is great and they fit very well. I haven't been able to fire it yet, so jury is still out if the grips are as good as I think they will be.
Trigger pull on my digital Lyman gauge SA 4 lbs 3 oz. DA 9 lbs 1 oz. This after dry firing the crap out of it for 2 days. Pretty good for a GP100.
Pawn shop find...S&W 586. 1984 model. It has some muzzle wear probably from being holstered, but just makes it cooler. Love it
No, not mine, these belong to my buddy.
No but are the knives yours? Oh my
No, I carry an imitation Pakistan knife. I hope to soon be able to get a real Pakistan, not a fake. He has many Randall knives. He's just got another new one that I'm anxious to see, it's got a teal handle.
BigB6, what barrel length is that. Very cool 586. One of my favorite Smith models.
The other day I saw those grips in a LGS... didn't know they were stock!
It's the 6" barrel. I bought it so I can have a shot at a pig during small game season in SC. That and it's awesome & I wanted it.
...all the justification needed!
Pretty much the justification I've used for any gun I've bought.
My Wheelie Family Portrait
As you can see, I'm not quite the Photog as many of you guys.....
A Ruger Vaquero .45LC my grandpa gave me for my birthday a few years ago...
That's a very nice birthday present!
Thanks, yea he had got it for me cuz I had told him I liked Clint Eastwoods western movies. Now im not really into it anymore. I've thought about selling it and getting something I can have fun with that I really like. I just can't bring myself to let it go lol.
Don't ....since it's not a "new" version stroll over to buffalo bore and pick up some high pressure 45lc and have some fun on par with shooting a .44 mag!
Haha, I ran about 20rds through this right after I got it and have never shot it since. Ive seen the buffalo bore stuff lol, I'm sure it'd be a blast to shoot, if I do ever take this thing out again.
Until today, I'd bought and sold two S&W Model 57s.
They just didn't feel good enough to grow on me...
then I found this'n that was owned by a retired competitive shooter.
S&W Model 57 no dash 41 Magnum, countersunk chambers and pinned barrel
Action/Trigger Job by Jack Weigland (he's no longer doing them)
Jack Weigland rear sight leaf, gold-like insert in front sight
Fuzzy Farrant exotic wood grips (he passed away, was a CA cop)
This thing has a light, crisp SA trigger, and the best DA trigger I have ever felt!
The grips feel like they were made just for me.
Those Fuzzy grips look good.
686, 629, and a 627 (that being one of my holy grails)
And the sickness continues! S&W 24-3 in 44spl. It might be a Lew Horton, need to call them and confirm the serial# but either way I like it!
Very nice 24-3. I saw one very similar at the formyl I saw one very similar at the Fort Mill Cabelas a couple weeks ago. Was tempted. Well done.
It was, I got them down to a price I could live with.
Good on ya', Mazer!
Had to pick this up since I am a snubbie collector / accumulator. The Kimber K6S
Nice Prosecutor. How you like it?
Thanks. So far, I like it a lot. I carried it for a couple days. Only put 50 rounds through it. It carries like a Detective Special...about the same size. It's a solid snubbie.
Great. I didn't need to hear that.