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I lusted after a M27 and stumbled on this one a few years ago. It was a 27-2 from 1969 and in great condition. I discovered N frames don't fit me well, so I sold it. Beautiful revolver though and I do miss it.



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I pretty much only shoot the J frames nowadays but still have a .500SW. My son likes to shoot it.






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Latest acquisition...



625-7 Power Port .45 Colt

Adios,

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Colt New Service 45 Colt caliber shipped to RCMP in October 1940.
 
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I have a few, and really enjoy them.












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A few more to enjoy: Diamondback,Python,OMM,Model 15, pair of 586 no dash











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Is the stainless Bisley a Linbaugh or Bowen? The barrel band I believe was done by both.


David Clements built me the 500 around 1999-2000


Stainless is a 5 shot 45 Colt done by Alan Harton.



 
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Lovely photos, the older ones pieces of history.


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I want to go again, OK?



Love those big bores.

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Smith and Wesson Model 18 and 19


New Pythons


Performance Center Model 19 and 629
 
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Cslinger, that bobbed hammer Ruger is beautiful! One of my grail guns! Thank you for sharing.
 
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This topic is one of those times I really wish this forum had a like button.

Anyway, I was thiiiiiiis close to breaking out the cc and coming home with a new Colt Python last night. If they weren't getting ready to close and even half tried to sell me it would have been all over.

Sooner or later I think, especially if I spot a 6"
 
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I'll have to get some pics of the others but here's my 625-3.

That is a hot little .45 right there. I dig those blue grips.
 
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Is the stainless Bisley a Linbaugh or Bowen? The barrel band I believe was done by both.


David Clements built me the 500 around 1999-2000


Stainless is a 5 shot 45 Colt done by Alan Harton.



Thank you. I love the photos. This whole thread is loaded with beautiful wheel guns.
 
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That is a hot little .45 right there. I dig those blue grips.


DITTO what he said. Been thinking the very same.


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40s 5 screw pre model 15



70s Det. Special



'68 Trooper .357



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Two CDW workhorses.



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A little more S&W Model 27 action - two of a five-inch 27-2 and one of a 3-1/2” 27-2.








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