S&W Model 12-2 AIRWIEGHT

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    Cool S&W Model 12-2 AIRWIEGHT

    I was looking for another variation of the model 10 to add to the three I have. Instead I found this. It fits like a glove in my S.D. Myers' Threepersons holster.



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    Good looking Smith. You can hardly go wrong with a S&W revolver in good shape.
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    Round butt 4 inch Airweight.

    What's not to like?

    Very, very nice!

    And that Threepersons holster is a classic.


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    Thumbs up Carry

    Thanks guys. I can see this piece being carried alot.
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    Very sharp!
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    That's great. My young bride has Model 10-5 that is her favorite.
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    Hey Pistola;

    What a great find! And in such good shape too!

    Used to turn my nose up at the Model 12 with it's alloy frame but have found myself wishing for one in recent years. It's really quite a clever design for a holster gun.

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    Very nice, indeed!
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    Absolutely classic nestled in the Threepersons. Nice score!

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    I was able to pick up a round butt 10-5 today just like yours. Looks like it could turn out to be a nice carry piece. Congrats on your new acquisition.

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    Mine is a 12-2 squared butt.
    For me recoil is a little bit hard.

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    Very nice!

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    hard to beat a s&w wheel gun no matter the model. i am allways on the look out for used ones. you can find some good deals on used ones these days. when gas prices get higher you will find good deals on just about any type of gun.
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