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Old 12-21-2009, 02:13 PM   #1
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Passed up one of these at a show a year or so ago - kicked my self ever since - finally bit the bullet (pun intended) and ordered a new one a few months ago. Here it is with new Ahrends grips that replaced the rubber it came with.

S&W Model 60 .357 3" bbl.



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Ho yeah.... you'll really get a KICK" out of it!

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Very nice. Nice grips too. Kim Ahrends does good work and he and his wife are nice to deal with.

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Very nice. Nice grips too. Kim Ahrends does good work and he and his wife are nice to deal with.
Thanks. Usually go with Hogues. These are my first Ahrends and I'm very happy with them too.
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Fantastic revolver, congratulations. A 3" barrel is just about perfect.

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Yup, ever since I walked away from the 60-4 a while ago I've kicked myself. Had a good deal but tried to make it better. He wudn't budge and neither wud I. Shud've. Anyway, this is my first 3" and I'm impressed.



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