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I stopped by the LGS today. Pretty much knew I was walking out with something. The guys working there were great and fun.

They helped me right into this S&W 586 6” barrel.

I’ve wanted a long barreled .357 since I saw Rick Grimes rocking his Colt Python years ago.



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Sweet! Is that new old stock or is it back in production? Cool


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Sweet! Is that new old stock or is it back in production? Cool


Thank you for the question. :-)

It’s a new production pistol. Sweet trigger, nice pistole, basically a grail gun for me.

It’s a beast compared to my SP101’s.

 
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Looks beautiful. Congrats. The L frame is a beast, but in a good way. I have a 2 1/2" 686 but a long barreled, blued 586 is awesome.

When I had a GP100 it compared very closely to my 686. I think the GP was a bit beefier. It was a 3" and it defiantly shot easier then the 686 2 1/2".
 
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Very nice! I like seeing the blued guns coming back. The L-Frame is a nice size. I picked up a Model 69 a few months back, and I have been really happy with it. A bit trimmer than my GP100, but still enough heft to be confidence inspiring. I imagine yours will be a tack driver with that long sight radius.
 
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The 69 is an L frame correct?
 
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Correct. 5 shot .44 Magnum in an L-Frame.
 
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Always wanted a 4" 686...but seeing that picture, yeah, I think I could be happy with a 586 too. Smile

Sharp looking gun! Looking forward to a range report.
 
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Really like the grips on that one.
 
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Nice. I have not seen many new revolvers as of late.
 
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That's really a beautiful revolver, Underdog. The grips look superb. The dark tint sets them off. Great find.

I appreciate the Rick Grimes reference, too.
 
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Very nice gun. I had four inch and six inch S&Ws and loved them. Enjoy!


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Thank you for the responses.

Range report coming up tomorrow afternoon.
 
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When I think DA revolver, that is the silhouette that comes to mind.

Nice purchase


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Beautiful 586, to me the 6” barrel looks so much better in the blued version vs the 686.
 
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I still have my late 80’s 586. Unfortunately, I had it satin hard chromed, which I regret to this day. One of the only two wheel guns that I own.
 
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Nice looking revolver. My first center fire handgun was a 6” 686 I bought about 30 years ago. Enjoy.
 
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I don't like the lock but that's a beautiful L frame.
 
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I like seeing the blued guns coming back.

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Nice!

I found my my grail revolver not too long ago - a no dash 4" 586. I put some Ahrend's grips and had Mark at Pinnacle put a 7 shot stainless cylinder on it to take moonclips. My favorite handgun for sure!
 
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