jj,

I have a weakness for H&R convertibles.

Total of 9 different pieces, including 5 model 686's.

One of every barrel length offered, 4.5", 5.5", 7.5", 10", and 12"

2 model 649's, 1 model 650, and 1 model 676.

The long rifle cylinder never gets put in any of my H&R's.

I think the revolvers all shoot a little better using WMRF, but I am not good enough for the difference to really matter!

I really don't shoot much anymore,so the price doesn't matter to me.

I'm a big fan of the 22 mag, so, that is what I usualy shoot.

If I still went out plinking, I would be shooting mostly lr because I can't afford to shoot up a brick or 2 of 22 mag in an afternoon.

Here's a couple pics

Model 686 4.5" 1980

Model 686 5.5" 1980

Model 686 7.5" 1980

Model 686 10" 1982