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Old 05-13-2013, 11:04 AM   #81
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My 66 used to be a 4-inch until I learned the hard way how temperature sensitive Unique is. Shot some mid power loads in Vegas, in July, when it was about 120-degrees out. Bulged the cylinder, and cracked the forcing cone.

I found a guy on eBay who was selling cut up police confiscate guns, who had a 2-1/2-inch barrel and cylinder listed.

I'm keeping an eye out for a 6-inch 66 now.
I like the 66, never had one but my favorie besides my 63 was a Mod 15 which I traded for a 1952 Pontiac which I later sold. wish I had kept the 15... I bought the 637 with Rubber grips, then I bought a set of speedloaders only to find they will not work with the rubber grips. I bought the wood grips at a LGS and now the Speedloaders will fit. Adds a little "Class to it"...

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Old 05-13-2013, 11:16 AM   #82
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Hey Sarg1c - If you want to use the rubber grips, go get yerself a couple of Bianchi Speed Strips, like I have in the photo below, got 'em @ my LGS for $7.95/2 strips. Very easy to pocket carry for backup and the only way to do a partial reload quickly.

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Old 05-13-2013, 11:57 AM   #83
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Hey Sarg1c - If you want to use the rubber grips, go get yerself a couple of Bianchi Speed Strips, like I have in the photo below, got 'em @ my LGS for $7.95/2 strips. Very easy to pocket carry for backup and the only way to do a partial reload quickly.
I'll do just that, the speedloaders will work on any J frame .38. I really don't know why I bought them. I may get a mod. 36 or just sell them.I haven't seen them here but not been looking, but thanks , I'll look around.
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Gentlemen and ladies, I would like to introduce to you my Smith

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Old 05-20-2013, 02:34 AM   #87
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Here's my Smith's collection...at least so far.
Wood grips look good. What brand are they?
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I bought the 637 with Rubber grips, then I bought a set of speedloaders only to find they will not work with the rubber grips.
What? Is it a clearance problem with the cylinder? The grips are too fat.....I'm not getting the correlation.
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My Smiths. 30 to 63 years old except the 325. Center 25-5 (of course), clockwise 629, 27, 19, 36, 325PD.
Do you think you could please post some close ups of the bottom middle? I like its grips. What brand are they?
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