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  1. #101
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    Here's a couple pics of my 686

    "you might find me dead in a ditch someday, but I'll be laying in a pile of brass"
    ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ
    Kimber Warrior,RIA 9 GI,357 Smith 686,XD45,XD9SC

  2. #102
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    Here's my baby. My 1971 no-dash S&W Model 38 Airweight. What a beautiful BUG.










  3. #103
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    My S&W 386 Night Guard .357 Mag.......


  4. #104
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    unfired 28-2 highway patrolman i found in my dads closet when we moved him to assisted living. made in 1979.

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  5. #105
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    Oh boy, which ones to post. I guess I will post two of the guns that I compete with in the Modern Class.

    Ruger GP100 - Action job done by myself, all Wolff springs installed, sear ground & polished, throat ground, timing re-done, and red dot scope with aluminum rail. She goes off just thinking about it and man does she group at 15 yds.


    Smith & Wesson Model 29-2 8 3/8", Made when I was born (2nd owner), originally owned by the Chief Inspector of Arson for the Los Angeles Fire Department as his daily carry gun. Mods are my normal gunsmithing musts: All Wolff springs installed, sear ground & polished, all contact points ceramic polished (except hammer as its case colored), throat ground, and cylinder throats polished. Large Target grips, target hammer, serrated trigger. She groups all 6 rounds for me in a 1.5" group at 15yrds, open sights.
    "The beauty of the second amendment is that it will not be needed until they try to take it." -Thomas Jefferson

  6. #106
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    Colt 1911 and S&W revolvers.
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  7. #107
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    Colt 1911 and S&W revolvers.
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  8. #108
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    My Model 27s:
    8 Year Member
    Colt 1911 and S&W revolvers.
    Last edited by Vintage Racer; 17th December 2013 at 18:48.


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