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Old 10-19-2010, 02:29 PM   #11
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Great piece and money well spent. Would liked to have seen the entire collection..


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Old 10-19-2010, 03:10 PM   #12
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Great piece and money well spent. Would liked to have seen the entire collection..


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thanks Jim, there where more than 40 smiths in that collection ,with the most beautiful vintage snub nose guns I ever seen ,all in their original boxes and condition was like brand new,had to make a choise and took this one ,one off the guns was a rare 2 inch snub in 38 S&W with original wooden grips
too bad that money doesn't grow on trees
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Another winner, my friend. Just beautiful. The boxes are starting to approach the value of the guns. You did very well.
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What a beautiful example of a S&W top break pistol. From the pics, it looks pristine!! Nice acquisition!!!
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What a beautiful example of a S&W top break pistol. From the pics, it looks pristine!! Nice acquisition!!!
Rock ,Dunerunner ,thanks for the kind words ,it's always a pleasure to share with fellow gunlovers
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a picture of my small collection ,the blue one is just new ,purchased by me yesterday,and the last one for a longtime ,the moneywell is dried up
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They are elegant, and blend a Victorian style with modern flair. Your collection continues to amaze me.
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thanks Rock,that's a nice compliment my friend
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OH My God , that's the 38 cal version of what my dad has in 32 !!
That is in much, much better shape than my dad's though ! That's a beautiful shootin Iron my friend ! Where did you find that and how much ?
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Damn, I just seen the rest of them ! They are soooooo nice. What caliber is the top one that's single action 44 Russian ?
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