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I've been enjoying Greg from Lionquest Fitness on YouTube. He gives revolvers some serious love. (And it's entertaining with some of his theatrics...).

I have to remember that people were well armed with revolvers at one time...

So I was playing with a new camera lens on my 640-1 from 1995. Posting a little revolver love...let's see yours!






I work on my other wheelguns in a bit...



 
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Gotta love a good J-Frame. I qualified with my 640 today. Decided to run full-house .357 Mag for fun. Guys were coming in from other parts of the building to see what just blew up on the range, lol. My buddy shot a few slow-motion shots with his iPhone:




I have single-actions, big six-shot DA revolvers, and even a five-shot L-frame, but as a daily companion it's hard to beat a good J-Frame. These see quite a bit of use.

 
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How about a Ruger GP100...



And it's lesser known 'Royal Phoenix' brethren! Cool




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Para, Is that M27 3-1/2" in Nickel? A beautiful piece.
I bid on one several years ago but it quickly got out of my price range. Had to settle for a blue one.



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^^^That is a purdy one there... Razz


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Yes, nickel. Made in 1950
 
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Yes, nickel. Made in 1950


Amazing piece!



 
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1968, original owner.

 
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My contradictory Gen X self loves him some revolvers. Big Grin Here is a little Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms for you. Big Grin

627PC and Tobacco


627PC 5 inch and a Ruger GP100 6 inch (Big Iron Big Grin)


Alcohol and Firearms....Some Ruger's


686 Plus and Tobacco


Couple of PC's 627 and 681


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I’m no photographer but I do love my revolvers, here’s a few of my favorites

Here’s a family picture of my Ruger Six Series guns. A 4” Security Six in .357, a 4” Speed Six in .38 and a 2 3/4” Speed Six in 9mm.



Here are my Ruger revolvers that are chambered in autoloading calibers, a RedHawk in .45 Colt/.45 ACP, a GP100 in 10mm and the Speed Six in 9mm again.



My newest additions, a 2” DASA and a 3” DAO Kimber K6s in .357 magnum. I’d argue that 3” deserves to be at the top of any list containing the greatest CCW revolvers created. It’s matte black with night sights, a 6 round chamber and cut so there are virtually zero snag points to catch in during a draw. It’s kind of ugly though.



Finally here’s a gun I’ve fallen in love with and is now my constant range companion, an older 3 screw Ruger Single Six. This gun has a nice bit of honest wear from a lot of years in a holster but was as clean as the day she was made when I found it. This gun was carried a lot and clearly loved by its previous owner.





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I've always been able to spot when the Ruger SA frame has been opened up for a larger diameter cylinder. Low side cut almost to the serial number. The 500 Linbaugh is a give away with that inset cartridge case head. Is the stainless Bisley a Linbaugh or Bowen? The barrel band I believe was done by both. Nice sledge hammers cas. Oh and the grips on the stainless are beautiful.
 
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627PC


I love that gun.




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A trio of S&W Model 27s: five-inch Model 27-2, four-inch 27-3, and 3-1/2-inch 27-2.




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The 27 has always sort have been on “my list” if you will. Those are awesome. Actually they all are in this thread. Smile

My PC627 2.5 inch is way more accurate than it should be. It just plain SHOOTS.


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I'll have to get some pics of the others but here's my 625-3.



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