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Old 02-01-2010, 12:25 PM   #21
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I hate you, Hammerdown. You've got the coolest toys. There's nothing like those old blued Smiths with wood stock.
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I hate you, Hammerdown. You've got the coolest toys. There's nothing like those old blued Smiths with wood stock.

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Now, That's Not Nice at All.... I see S&W is Now Offering a Classic K-22 revolver. Again, I prefer the Originals and shown below is my Original 1936 First Model K-22 Outdoorsman, along with my Early Transitional Post-War 1947 Third Series K-22 Pre-17 Both Lying in their Beds... Hammerdown













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WOW, these are some really nice guns. I'm going to have to get a picture of my old Smith in .32 long, I think it is a model 31. The trigger is as smooth as glass. It's the only DA revolver my 95 pound wife can handle the DA pull on.
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I agree as to looking for the old ones, I have seen some very nice ones at larger gunshows like Tulsa. My neighbor was a S&W distributor starting in the 40s, you should see some of his collection. His name is Gil Hebard, and though he is in his 90s he still works at his shop here in Knoxville. S&Ws quality is nowhwere near what it was in the 50s and earlier. Everything now is MIM and CNC parts.
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WOW, these are some really nice guns. I'm going to have to get a picture of my old Smith in .32 long, I think it is a model 31. The trigger is as smooth as glass. It's the only DA revolver my 95 pound wife can handle the DA pull on.
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I have a Model 31 shown in Blue and a model 30 chrome Plated I carry Often...Hammerdown













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