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Old 03-04-2010, 05:54 PM   #11
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I'm with the rest of the group on this one.

Back when I first mulled over getting a 357, the 65LS was at the top of my shortlist. The name "LadySmith" had nothing to do with it for me, it was the design of the gun itself. I actually still prefer it to the 'standard' ('male'?) model 65. I'm still planning on picking one up someday.

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Old 03-04-2010, 07:05 PM   #12
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Just tell everyone you like to take your lady with you.
All my firearms got female names,....

I'd go with the rest,...
if you like it,.....
get it,.....
and name it....Lady Luck ??!!
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Thanks everybody for the input, I have decided to go get it tonight.

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Thanks everybody for the input, I have decided to go get it tonight.
Picture when you get it!
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I'm with the rest of the group on this one.

Back when I first mulled over getting a 357, the 65LS was at the top of my shortlist. The name "LadySmith" had nothing to do with it for me, it was the design of the gun itself. I actually still prefer it to the 'standard' ('male'?) model 65. I'm still planning on picking one up someday.

Just my 2 cents.
If a "standard" (Male) revolver and a Lady Smith revolver were to get together, would they their babies be .22's?
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If a "standard" (Male) revolver and a Lady Smith revolver were to get together, would they their babies be .22's?
LOL

I meant the standard 65 model, like the Combat Masterpiece, had no shroud on the ejector rod, while the barrel of the 65LS does.

THAT'S what I was refering to.
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I just looked at Glasshartt's Lady Smith 60-3 and it's a 38 special only. I have on occasion, mostly without Glasshartt's knowledge, carried her 60 when I wanted something really small. Great weapon and shoots like a dream. She has had this gun since probable 1989 or 90 and bought it at Ace Hardware . This woman can fall into a barrel of sh*t and come up with a diamond.
Nice piece of self-promotion! LOL!
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I have a 3913 Lady Smith and it is a wonderful gun that I would never have reservations about carrying. Seems to me that the bullet exits the barrel with the same velocity as the regular 3913.

Now, that said, I will wear a pink shirt, except on me it is not pink, but salmon in color.

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Well if you have to use it and the bad guy says "haha your have a Lady Smith" shoot him again It's not the name of the pistol that is important it's the job the pistol will do. If it fits your need then get it.

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