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Discussion in 'Revolver Handguns' started by Rifling82, Jul 29, 2018.
Nice Model 15 snubby. I got one too. They've developed a cult following.
I can't take pictures of my favorite. if I did, the other revolvers would get their feelings hurt!
Not mine, but I wouldn't mind having this.
Maser, in the near future, hopefully one of these will end up being one of my favorites!
Let's get this going again
These are my faves out of all my revolvers. Ruger super blackhawk,Taurus tracker 357 and my Heritage 22lr/22mag.
3 faves! S&W, 25-2, 57, 25-11
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It's been long enough now, I have a new favorite.
This one is a Ruger Super Blackhawk in 44 magnum with a 7.5" barrel. It was my fathers, he bought it back in 1970 to hunt with. I still have the box and paperwork that came with it. I also have the receipt from the gun store he bought it from. It has had only two boxes of shells shot through it and is in perfect shape.
How much did he pay for it in 71'?
I paid $175 for mine in 1978.
About a weeks wages at the time.
I knew someone would ask that question. After digging out the receipt, I noticed the date was 9/19/1970. So I will change my original post.
He paid $125.00 for the pistol and $18.50 for the leather holster and belt. I still have those too.
Before taxes or after?
Heritage Rough Rider, 22LR, 9 round.
Rescued this baby from a pawn shop a while back. It was filthy and looking sad which broke my collector heart
After a little tlc, I now have a really sweet shooting 1937 Iver Johnson Sealed Eight 9 shot .22 revolver. (unique/interesting firearms always seem to follow me home)
Colt Navy 1851: Bedford Forrest, and General Robert Edward Lee, Senior used 1, or more.
***my ONLY Revolver*** Not my pic *** Wikipedia ***
After Lee passed away, they fired his Navy Six; six rds fired.
Love old breaktops. Beautiful.
That's a dandy. A under appreciated collecting niche!
I haven't shot it yet, recently acquired this beauty.
29-2, circa 1973ish
Original paper work included!