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Gorgeous revolver!


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Unfortunately the range I’m a member of is closed today. The owner is adding to the burms.

My luck has been bad lately so I didn’t feel like chancing a range open to the public.

Thanks again for the replies.
 
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Thank you for your business, Underdog!


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Thank you for your business, Underdog!


You’re welcome, really enjoyed the team that was working, I should’ve got their names.

Hopefully that Benelli M2 isn’t there on my next visit. LOL
 
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guy local to me posted a 4 inch blued for sale tonite. 1996 production in beautiful condition. thinking on it
 
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guy local to me posted a 4 inch blued for sale tonite. 1996 production in beautiful condition. thinking on it


What did you decide?
 
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i was going to buy it but when I went to find the listing again, it was gone. someone apparently beat me to it...sadly
 
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Nice looking example. I’ve always liked the look of the 586/686.


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The range finally opened back up.



Second string- SA at 25 yards .38 Special



First string- DA at 25 yards full-house .357 Magnums

The high left one was the first shot.



The trigger was incredible. Shooting .38 special was like shooting .22lr. The Remington .357s were full-house magnums but did not significantly add more recoil or any hand pain.

Now the Double Taps… Holy cow, I shot one cylinder of them and said that’s enough of that!



Thumb pic added for measurement.

 
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Nice shooting! Gotta love that long sight radius for those 25 yard shots. Looks like it's a keeper!
 
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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.

Underdog-how do you like the new style cylinder release button with the edge profile relieved a bit ?

Modern Day Savage-I carried a S&W Mod. 686 in 4" in a Bianchi Mod.X-15 vertical shoulder holster for about 10 years through the 1990's. What beautiful equipment that disappeared under many kinds of coats. At the time I could not have asked for a better setup, they served me flawlessly. I would highly recommend your continued interest in the 4" S&W Mod.686, stainless, L frame with RR/WO sites. After 10 years of carry and countless draws finish was in new condition. The grips are certainly a personal preference decision. I used Pachmayr Grippers (finger grooved) for unsurpassed purchase and comfort !


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I had a no-dash 686 with a 6" barrel, which I got when they first made the L frames. I never loved the 6" barrel, and eventually sold it. I should get a 4" one.

Nice.

I wonder why the 586 is offered in a 4" barrel and the 686 is offered in a 4.125" barrel? They both have the 6" barrel, too.




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