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Old 11-28-2013, 11:41 AM   #1
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Well my firearm collection has changed a little, as I bought a revolver and also traded one my semi-auto's for a 2nd revolver since the last time I posted pictures of my collection. So here is the new pictures. My Mossberg 500C isn't pictured, as its in the shop getting some work done on it.






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Thanks for the pics! Nice little collection!
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thank you, you have a Happy Thanksgiving yourself.

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So your revolvers if I remember correctly are a Smith in .32 and what else?

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S&W 30-1 which is a .32 long 6 shot.....and the other is a Taurus 85 .38 special 5 shot, which I traded my Ruger LCP for.

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I recognized that 1400 MKII right off the bat. I just bought one in handsome condition last month for 219 bucks. Reviews have given it a bad rap because it was a mass production machine made model (1968-72). Of course, there are better, fancier models, but I like mine. It's a much better quality, in my opinion, than say a 500-600 buck new model one might sell for at a big box store. Made in USA. My personal preference are older models because of their character, patina, and old-time quality, solid construction. But this is just my opinion.

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S&W 30-1 which is a .32 long 6 shot.....and the other is a Taurus 85 .38 special 5 shot, which I traded my Ruger LCP for.
Interesting that I just noticed we have a thread on LCP recall!

I wish I had another Taurus in 357mag.
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Yeah that Winchester 1400 of mine is in fine shape for it's age. Only shot it once, and that was 50 rounds, but it was a blast of fun. I'm hoping to get to the range Saturday and put some more rounds through it, as well as a few of my other guns, including the new Taurus 85. Don't have enough ammo or cash to shoot all the guns, but at least get to shoot some. I got a 100 rounds of 12 gauge here waiting for me to use, so I plan to let them fly. Didn't know there was a recall on the LCP. First I heard about it.

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Ruger Target 22/45 MKIII

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