Pics of medium/large bore pistol/revolvers

Discussion in 'Centerfire Pistols & Revolvers' started by K75RT, Aug 14, 2010.

  1. TheGunClinger

    TheGunClinger Active Member Supporting Member

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    WoW! Very gorgeous Rick.
  2. johnlives4christ

    johnlives4christ Former Guest

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    alpo lets see how many i get right

    starting pistols top left

    cimarron birdsheard 45LC
    ruger super redhawk
    beretta 92/96
    smith 642
    smith 66
    smith 19
    ruger mkII with suppressor
    heckler and kock p7
    smith 642
    webley mark III?
    super blackhawk
    ppk
    s&w russian
    kimber 1911
    smith 66
    colt junior
    ppk

    rifles pps43 and a spencer rifle
  3. gdmoody

    gdmoody Moderator Supporting Member

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    Rick, nice guns. I don't know if I would like the recoil on that 2 inch barrel .45 Colt.
  4. Alpo

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    John, I'm impressed.

    That's a Thunderer. "Birdshead" guns are a smooth curve from point to hammer, while this has a hump at the top of the grip, like a double action. Hard to see the hump in that pic, though. I'm only being picky about this because they also sell birdsheads, as the "Pinkerton", I believe they call it.
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    The Beretta is a 96.

    I don't own any 66s, so that's wrong. If you notice, both of the ones you said were 66 have an underlug barrel, which the 19/66s never had. That first one is a 696, 3" L frame 5-shot 44 special.

    The Webley is a Mark VI. The Mark I through Mark V all had the birdshead grip. The VI was the only one with a square butt.

    That second "66" is a 625, 45 ACP.

    The subgun is a German WW2 MP40. Made by Erma in 1943.
  5. 3/2 STA SS

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    Thanks I am looking at one now and I like the fit to my hand. All we ever used in the Marines was 230grn ball ammo and It would put a man down quick. Thanks for the reply.
  6. Rick O'Shay

    Rick O'Shay New Member

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    Actually the recoil isnt all that bad but the hard checkered plastic grips get a little tuff on the hands after 50 or so rounds. I just got it back from the Colt Custom Shop from being bobbed from a 3" sheriffs model.
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    johnlives4christ Former Guest

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    i'd like to have the 696, not a common piece.
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    2 Taurus M-82
    Colt Police Positive Special
    Taurus PT-92
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    S & W Mod. 36 square butt
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    Mr O'Shay... I want me this mofo!

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  10. Boris

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    As you can see. I rarely fire my carry gun.

    Perfect medium bore and with all these perty gun pics, I figured I would balance it out and put a Glock in there.....

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  11. Marlin T

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    This is an excellent picture.

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    You must have dropped it in the dirt:D I had a 23 for duty carry, Went bang every time.
  13. Boris

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    I got pics of the G19 in some muddy water, but thats a small bore. Wrong place for that pic..... Maybe I will know y'all good enough here someday to post that pic......
  14. Rick O'Shay

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    Marlin T, Thanks it sure is amazing what these new little digital cameras can do. I remember being in a camera club when these little cameras began improving and the photographers complaining that soon anyone will be able to take pictures. I think it's great because pictures can sure tell a story alot better than I can. One thing I like better than showing pictures is seeing pictures by others.
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    My 44 mag., Ruger Super Blackhawk.

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