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Show me your Wheel gun.

This is a discussion on Show me your Wheel gun. within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Mmmmm. Camera is dead right now. It looks like this: http://www.smith-wesson.com/webapp/w...AL&isFirearm=Y No surprises, no gold logos or anything. This is a real fighting handgun....

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    Mmmmm. Camera is dead right now. It looks like this:

    http://www.smith-wesson.com/webapp/w...AL&isFirearm=Y

    No surprises, no gold logos or anything. This is a real fighting handgun.
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    Hmmm - favorite you say? Hard really with a good few wheelies to choose from.

    Right now I guess my always fave is the M27-2 in 5" - tho when my new M29-3 comes along soon, it may be a hard choice!!


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    no scary gold logo huh nice

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    My 1926 Enfield Mk VI, shoots very nice and is very tight


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    I own 2 wheelies...both are Rugers:


    .41Magnum Blackhawk that my father bought in 1977 and gave to me a couple of years ago. Some honest holster wear, but a really nice trigger...a good shooter.



    SP101 with Hogue Mono-grip. My outdoor "brush" gun with anti-cougar loads, and the one that I keep loaded in the nightstand to repel boarders.
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    My Smith 686 6+1.
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    This is my 40 year old Python. I bought it NIB in `65 and carried it for 20 years as a duty gun. After twenty years of holster wear, I had it re-blued. The grips are Mustangs, but I still have the originals.

    The line from the frame window to the top of the grip is a reflection, not an imperfection.



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    Wow there are some truly great wheel gun's in this bunch from old to new. Thanks for sharing.
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    Posted a thread on this one - http://www.combatcarry.com/vbulletin...ead.php?t=8684.

    Only collected today after buying at Tulsa Gun Show last weekend. So why not throw it on this thread too





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    Wow, the big 44 Mag, Thanks Dirty Harry.
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    Beautiful wheelguns everyone.
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    Jeez, Chris...as always, great pics!
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    OK, Here is my final entry... because it's the only other revolver I have. This is a Taurus 38 special, and has been my primary carry gun for many years. It's light and small enough that I just drop it into my left front pocket and go. I really like this gun and I shoot vary well with it. Matter of fact is the best shooting gun I own. I bout it for my Dad to keep in he's home and win he passed away my Mom gave it back to me.
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    Forghet that model # Kimo but - great lil' snub.

    My first carry gun, even before I used a P95 for a while, long ways back - was an M85.

    Here just for giggles is a pic - a gun with character - lots of holster wear but quite a gem really. Venerable is the word


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    I love my wheel guns. From top to bottom:

    Module 28 357 mag. It was my first wheel gun, given to me by my Grandfather when I first got into law enforcement. I carried for about 3 years before everyone went to Autos.

    Module 25 45 Mountain Rev. It's my hunting and backpacking partner.

    Module 640 357 mag. my pocket gun.
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