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Old 06-16-2013, 11:08 PM   #451
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both are New England Firearms, both 6 inch heavy barrels, but the top is a 5-shot 32 H&R mag, bottom is a 9-shot 22lr. the only real difference in shooting them is one has recoil & the other doesn't, both are tack drivers.

now if I can just track down the 22 mag version i'd have the complete set. triple wielding......that'll show them mall ninjas
I have the 22lr old family gun that I finally got my hands on!! Just cleaned it yesterday!! Boy was that thing filthy!! The one I have was manufactured in 1954
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I have the 22lr old family gun that I finally got my hands on!! Just cleaned it yesterday!! Boy was that thing filthy!! The one I have was manufactured in 1954


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She cleaned up nicely!! Looks good for a negated 60 year old gun-
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Thanks for the info!! Just wondered about accuracy from a small 44mag!! I had a big smith 629 44m got tired of it collecting dust!! Really to expensive to shoot often. If I can find a good snub44 I would try to carry I would by!! I generally try to Carry what I buy!! To expensive!!
the Tracker 44 is classified as a medium framed pistol. it has the five round cylinder rather than the six round. it's not a huge pistol, but it's not a really small one either. i generally use either 180 gr. or 200 gr. Hornady XTP bullets in the 44 Spl. loads i worked up, or 200 gr. or 240 gr. Hornady XTP bullets in the 44 mag. loads i worked up. both loads are capable of easy 2-3" groups at 10-15 yard shots. i haven't even pushed my magnum loads to the upper limit yet, as they are getting pretty good accuracy, i just don't see the need for it. i do occasionally shoot factory ammo in this pistol and generally it's Hornady 240 gr. XTP loads. and they do have some recoil to them!
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My newly re-gripped S&W Model 36.

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That's very nice. Where are the grips from?
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This is my newest revolver, and needs no introduction. But for those not revolver savvy.... This is Smith & Wesson 500 Magnum. with a 4" barrel. What that 400 grain Jacketed Hollow point doesn't kill, the shock wave will....

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That's very nice. Where are the grips from?
I picked them up at a recent gun show/sale. There was a fella there who had quite a few for a lot of different models. The packaging says BADGERCUSTOM. I'm not sure of that vendor though.
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This is my newest revolver, and needs no introduction. But for those not revolver savvy.... This is Smith & Wesson 500 Magnum. with a 4" barrel. What that 400 grain Jacketed Hollow point doesn't kill, the shock wave will....

DAAAAMN.....my hand hurts just lookin' at that boomer.
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This is my newest revolver, and needs no introduction. But for those not revolver savvy.... This is Smith & Wesson 500 Magnum. with a 4" barrel. What that 400 grain Jacketed Hollow point doesn't kill, the shock wave will....
That thing is huge!!!!!!!
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That thing is huge!!!!!!!
Yes sir, it's a monster for sure. I own several 44 Magnums and love em' all. I needed something different that wreaked with power. The 500 just seemed logical.
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