My "new to me" M60

My "new to me" M60

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    My "new to me" M60

    Got it yesterday at a local shop.
    cost $319 + tax
    NO DASH - No pin
    Bright finish - it's tight.
    serial # A Y V 2 x .. (1986 ? )

    Gotta get it some REAL grips though



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    Very nice. How heavy is it?

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    I believe it's about 21 ounces.
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    Man, that is a good lookin piece...looks HEAVY...lol
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    Nice. Not the M60 I was expecting , but nice anyway.
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    Whatever the weight - that is a fine snub. I like heavy anyways!

    Nice pics!
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    Congrats! I have one just like it 60 no dash.

    Here is mine.



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    By real grips I assume you mean wood, right?

    I knew it was a revolver when I read the thread title...Rocky, a little wishful thinking?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aus71383 View Post
    By real grips I assume you mean wood, right?

    I knew it was a revolver when I read the thread title...Rocky, a little wishful thinking?

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    Could be, Mil. guns are fun.
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    Looks great, AK.
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    Count me in with Rocky.

    When I read "M60" I sure wasnt thinking snub nosed revolver...

    even so...it looks good !
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    Great shooting gun. You will not regret the purchase.
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    got one and love it. i bobbed the hammer and put on the clip draw belt clip. best carry gun i got, next to the p3at.
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