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Old 12-03-2012, 05:21 PM   #11
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+1 these Russians never fail to bring the lookie-loos around, damn fine pistols.
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Lovely!Gold and nickel are very attractive when combined on older guns.
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Lovely!Gold and nickel are very attractive when combined on older guns.

The gold plate has been on it at least since the early 1900's since its been in my family a long time and documented, and maybe plated from the factory as a custom I'm not sure though.

Not worried if its gay, it's a she which makes it even hotter ;-)
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Appreciating something masculine with a hint of femininity is just an expression of my inner child. Actually I collect antique weapons and seen many that were factory nickel and gold. As a matter of fact they were considered macho in the 1800's and what was carried even matched their spurs. I think anyone carrying something flashy was a sign of being confident in themselves. It's a shame how the word gay's definition changed from just being happy.

I really like the S&W top break a lot. This is the first one I got back in the 70's, but being first year of production and in mint condition it was worth too much to shoot, that was when I got the other. I generally prefer sa's, but have learned to appreciate the old da's as well and this includes all manufacturers.
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Appreciating something masculine with a hint of femininity is just an expression of my inner child. Actually I collect antique weapons and seen many that were factory nickel and gold. As a matter of fact they were considered macho in the 1800's and what was carried even matched their spurs. I think anyone carrying something flashy was a sign of being confident in themselves. It's a shame how the word gay's definition changed from just being happy.

I really like the S&W top break a lot. This is the first one I got back in the 70's, but being first year of production and in mint condition it was worth too much to shoot, that was when I got the other. I generally prefer sa's, but have learned to appreciate the old da's as well and this includes all manufacturers.
Damn gunsmoke, me and you must be cut from the same mold
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MoreAltitude, you have great taste in guns and a good judge of character.
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I just bought this little H&R 22 revolver for $40. I got it to part out but on a whim I shot it at the range and it is surprisingly accurate. So now I'll maybe keep it (at least for a while).
if you do wanna get rid of it, i'll give you what you paid for it....hell i might even go to $50 or even $60

it would be nice to have a .22 & .38 to go with my .32
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