Revolver Pic Thread

Discussion in 'Centerfire Pistols & Revolvers' started by mesinge2, Mar 10, 2010.

  1. mesinge2

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    very nice very nice-i don't have any to show yet. the wood grips u had those made right?
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    your allowed to shoot the .44 in an indoor range?
  4. mesinge2

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    Actually, they are Hogue Exotic Hardwood Grips, the Staghorn grips of the model 64 I had made though.

    They have never told me otherwise, :D
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  5. emcpowell

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    Good looking RUGER!
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    At "On Target", a indoor range (Severn MD). I used to shoot my Winchester Trapper 1894 in .44Rem Mag. I bought that rifle because it was in pistol ammo, so that I could shoot it at On Target. I now live in Western PA and I can use it to hunt. As the good Col. on the A-team used to say...."I love it when a plan comes together". Back to the point at hand, the gang bangers would laugh when I pulled out the Winchester. Until they saw the muzzle fire from 9 rounds of.....44mag, then they wanted to stop and talk.
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  7. Alpo

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    Three-inchers are fun.

    We got Daddy and Little Baby.
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    Then we got Uncle Joe and Brother Billy.
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    Sometimes we need to go big
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  8. mesinge2

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    Alpo, the grips of that 44/40 are great,

    I love 2.5" and 3" K/L frame's also. I think a 3" barrel is perfect for a 357 K frame.
    I think that the 3" is a good compromise between concealability and accuracy
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    My Remington 1858 New Model Army Revolver (replica.) [cap & ball]
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    waitning for batterys to charge. have more pics soon. Heres a family pick of the 3. My .44 mag SBH, my ruger single six .22LR/.22mag convertible, and my raging bull .480. I aint much of a revolver man, but the SBH .44 is one of my favorite handguns;)

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    You have a nice collection there mesinge2, very nice. Below is a picture of my first and currently only handgun.


    The Judge Public Defender:
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    Have you seen 'The Earl' made by North American Arms? It was based on your Remington.

    http://www.northamericanarms.com/EARL.html
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    Here are my Rugers and a Henry .44. Couldnt take it out of the pic. The Rugers are a Super Blackhawk Hunter w/7.5" barrel, on right is Redhawk .44 w/4" barrel, on left is Super BlackHawk .44 w/5.5" barrel. Then is a Ruger LCR w/ crimson Trace grips, Next pic is a Ruger Bearcat .22. I likes Rugers!

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    More of the same plus a Ruger SP-101, a Taurus .357 (blued) that I paid $50.00 for then another Taurus .357 Ultra Lite and a Taurus .33 +P in Titanium. Thats all I can find in the safe. Anyone who has any spare, unwanted Rugers or ANY other brand that they dont want and would like to give to me, PM me and I will send you my address so's you can send them to me.:D

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    Roadkil,

    I love the judge. I purchased one of the first that came out, the Public Defender and the Raging Judge magnum are on my list.

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    I love the Ruger SBH's unfluted cylinder. I wish all my revolvers were unfluted. Its just a stronger look.


    TheGunClinger, the scrollwork on your bearcat is beautiful. And your taurus 357 (blued) is that a 3 inch?
    Anyways, it has great grips. I don't know why Taurus doesn't still offer their wood grips at least as an option.
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    I believe it is but I cant check it as I loaned it to a friend who doesnt have a weapon down here in Fla. That Taurus cost me $50.00. Wish more of those deals came my way! I bought the Bearcat for my wife but she doesnt like it:(. I think it cost me almost $500.00. She would rather shoot that blued Taurus and my Walther P-22.
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    I love 3" k-frame and k-frame like guns. Best combination of concealability and accuracy/power
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    Heres a few that I have pictured. Enjoy John

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