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Lets see some of your revolvers.

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  1. #21 Re: Lets see some of your revolvers: The Original LCP (black powder version) 
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    This 'British Bulldog Revolver' is a copy of the English Webley "Metropolitan Police Irish Constabulary" aka RIC model. This one was made in the Liege/Herstal region of Belgium in the 1880s.
    It is chambered for 5 rounds an 11.2mm or about .445 caliber 160 Gr black powder cartridge that did not quite reach 500 fps.

    It is very close to the length and height of the LCP and the cylinder is about twice as fat.
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    Here is my Ruger SP 101 357



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    ruger gp 100 and old time smith and Wesson 38 special. the gp100 is a nice piece that's accurate as all get out. could knock toothpick oucha mouth from 100 yards!!
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  5. #24 Re: Lets see some of your revolvers. 
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    I want to play
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  7. #26 Re: Lets see some of your revolvers. 
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    Bought this one for myself as a present for graduating with my BS. It's a S&W Model 29-2 with 8 3/8" barrel. Shoots like a dream.

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  8. #27 Re: Lets see some of your revolvers. 
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    Alright.
    Revolvers?
    I have a GP100 Stainless 5". Have had it for many years, all in all my best shooting gun.




    My carry gun is a Smith and Wesson J-frame with Crimson Trace Grips.


    I also have an old Iver and Johnson revolver, was my Grandfathers.
    Too fragile to shoot, but it's a good conversation piece






    That's about it for now.
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    There was a time when I would try to gift myself a custom arm each year on my birthday. I think the tradition lasted 5 years before I gave up on it. These were done in my early 30's so they are pre-lock models. Unfortunately, unless things change, they will be the last new Smiths I will ever purchase. Finish work and porting by Magnaport. A nice brace of S&W to pass down to my son one day. I need to shoot them more often, but I'm a clean freak when it comes to cleaning the cylinder faces so I usually grab something easier to clean when going to the range.


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    Quote Originally Posted by deadhead1971
    Here are some photos attached.

    The first is a Ruger Vaquero .45 Colt.

    The second is a Smith & Wesson .38 Special "Victory Model" from around 1943 I think. Serial # is V209xxx. It has "US Navy" stamped on the top. It was grandpa's gun. Grandpas gone so I never asked him about it, but dad says gramps was in the Navy reserves or something during WW2.
    Deadhead, During 1960s, in a land far-far-away, when I was C-130 aircrew in the Air Force we would draw our personal equipment just before each flight. Sometimes I would get an old US Navy .38 revolver just like the one you have, except mine had a lanyard swivel on the butt.
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