Yes, oh yes! Very sweet
This is a discussion on Ain't She Sweet............ within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by RockStrongo Very nice! May I ask how much you had to pay for it? +1 on what you paid? It's a beaut. ...
Yes, oh yes! Very sweet
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I bought one of these a couple of years ago, in unfired condition. I changed out from the original grips to something I like better, but have kept it unfired. They are classic little guns.
Firearms are second only to the Constitution in importance; they are the Peoples' Liberty's Teeth." - George Washington
I am just getting into the j-frames and that is a beauty. Congratulations and as already stated, nice to see it has a home where it will be appreciated.
J-Frames are excellent "belly guns" for self defense.
I bought my first Model 36 in 1972 as a BUG and an Off Duty Gun, paid $72.00 for it.
The last Model 36 I bought was a round butt, three inch that I gave $350.00 for a few months ago.
Great guns for what they are intended for. I still take the first one I bought out and shoot it on occasion.
I have about twenty J-Frame Smiths now. I plan on giving one to each of my grandchildren and Children when I buy the Farm.
I bought a 2" Model 10-7 round butt the other day. Been snowing where I live so I have been able to get to the range to try it out.
Something about S&W Revolvers that I love, probably because they are the first handguns I carried on duty.
Although I don't do locks on my Smith Revolvers.
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Love the wood grips. What kind of wood is it?
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She cleaned up really nice. Great find.
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That is beautiful, OS. I have to say that when I think of a S&W J-frame, that is exactly what comes to mind - a model 36 with just "enough" holster wear.
Thanks for sharing!
If you have never broken your gun or bled on your gun in training, you're doing it wrong!
Train hard, live easy.
Before you carry that gun, get the springs changed.
My J-frame, which is considerably newer, has had 2 springs go, on different ocasions.
The weapon went down hard.
If you are going to carry seriously, make sure the gun is in good shape. Merely because it's a revolver, and a nice one from a company you trust, doesn't mean you should.
You have to trust somethings...but an older J-frame...
Been there, done that. Got the repair bill.
Very very nice 36!...
I always aim for the right eye...and I never miss - Goldeneye
Nice find, I am a big fan of the classic S&W revolvers. Now let us know how it shoots.
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