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Old 09-28-2011, 09:13 PM   #31
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And when I said "top notch"I didn't literally mean top notch,I just meant something that wasn't a Taurus,Phoenix arms,High Point,something to that nature(sorry Taurus lovers )
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A good revolver - particularly a pinned barrel S&W - is simply elegant.
OldManMontgomery, I couldn't agree more with that statement!

I've said it before and here again, "There's just something about a vintage Smith wheel gun in the N or K frame models. Like a vintage M1911A1, the history seems to morph from the ageless stocks into the shooter's hand and provides us with a glimpse of brilliance from the giants who's shoulders we walk on. (Elmer Keith, Jack Weaver, Col. Charles "Boots" Askins, Thell Reed, Jerry Miculek to name a few.)"

I have two.

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^ Smith & Wesson model 19-3, P&R. Manufactured in 1970, this gun is older than many members here.

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^ Smith & Wesson model 29-2, P&R. Manufactured in 1980. "...you've got to ask yourself one question: Do I feel lucky? Well, do ya, punk?" - Harry Callahan




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^^those Smiths are nice. I have had both the 19 and 29 and they are fine shooters. Wish I didn't sell them.

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The problem here is your talking about a junk ass taurus...buy a real wheel gun like a Smith or Ruger and you wont have ANY problems!
True . I just mean that even Rugers and Smiths aren't any less intricate.
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