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    Quote Originally Posted by bulldozer1 View Post
    Picked this up yesterday. Smith and Wesson 15-4 Combat Masterpiece. First Smith and Wesson. Thought I would see what all the fuss was about. I've always been a Colt guy. Nice revolver. Still a Colt guy.


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    Damn! That looks so nice I now feel that I must have one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mekanak47 View Post
    Damn! That looks so nice I now feel that I must have one.
    Ha, Keeps ya broke don't it.
    Colt Lawman MKIII .357. About the same size and weight as the Combat Masterpiece. Smoother than duck butter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bulldozer1 View Post
    Ha, Keeps ya broke don't it.
    Colt Lawman MKIII .357. About the same size and weight as the Combat Masterpiece. Smoother than duck butter.
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    You’re gonna make me break my piggy bank.
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    Man does colt needs to bring back the python.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bulldozer1 View Post
    Picked this up yesterday. Smith and Wesson 15-4 Combat Masterpiece. First Smith and Wesson. Thought I would see what all the fuss was about. I've always been a Colt guy. Nice revolver. Still a Colt guy.


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    My friend who is a retired cop carried a Model 15 for half his career. His had a 4" barrel. He liked how it balanced.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bulldozer1 View Post
    Ha, Keeps ya broke don't it.
    Colt Lawman MKIII .357. About the same size and weight as the Combat Masterpiece. Smoother than duck butter.
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    My S&W Model 66 trigger is smoother than both my Colt Police Positive Special and my Colt Army Special.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mekanak47 View Post
    Damn! That looks so nice I now feel that I must have one.
    If you ever decide to let it go, let me know please, because I'm always looking to acquire 1 snubby in my collection.
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    I'll play along. This is my S&W 686-3 and is the first revolver I ever bought. I paid about $350 as I recall in 1988, and I'll never get rid of it.
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    Picked this 28-2 Highway Patrolman model up at the OGCA show several years ago, and could not be more thrilled. I still have to get a quality holster for this one other than the duty holster I currently have. It came with the original wooden target grips, but the Pachmayr grips are much better IMO. You just gotta love the recessed rim feature on the early ones.
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    And finally, one you will never see for sale...ever. picked this one up between two rivers back in the day. Its my understanding the secret police loved these.
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    JP Sauer & Sohn Texas Marshal in 357 mag
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeMomma View Post
    I'll play along. This is my S&W 686-3 and is the first revolver I ever bought. I paid about $350 as I recall in 1988, and I'll never get rid of it.
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    Picked this 28-2 Highway Patrolman model up at the OGCA show several years ago, and could not be more thrilled. I still have to get a quality holster for this one other than the duty holster I currently have. It came with the original wooden target grips, but the Pachmayr grips are much better IMO. You just gotta love the recessed rim feature on the early ones.
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    And finally, one you will never see for sale...ever. picked this one up between two rivers back in the day. Its my understanding the secret police loved these.
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    I never saw a CZ revolver. That is great. The Highway Patrolman's are undervalued for a N-frame. People want other N-frame models (Model 27 over 28) that are fancier. It will probably start increasing in value. I need to pick one up before they climb in price. I kind of been looking around for a Smith in 32-20 to add to my collection. Some might disagree with me but I think Smiths are a lot better looking than Colts.
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    So basically this is a post for old farts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 43m1garand View Post
    I believe my first revolver was either my Nagant or my Taurus M450. I bought the Taurus because it was kind of a factory custom. I have only ever seen one other like it. Someone I knew had one. I saw a third one like it but stainless and I think not ported. I do not know how many were made. It is titanium frame, snub nose, .45 Colt, ported barrel, bright spectrum blue finish with Ribber grips. It is lighter than a steel J-frame size revolver. It is kind of a handful to shoot. The ported barrel keeps the muzzle down but feels like being punched in the hand every time it is being shot. I only had two revolvers for a long time. Then a friend of mine kept talking about Smith & Wesson revolvers. He is a retired cop and carried a Smith revolver half of his career. So I bought one. Then they kept multiplying. The first was my Model 10. Then I bought other brands of revolvers. My favorite is my S&W Model 66. The Model 66 is the stainless version of the Model 19. The Model 19 is called the peace officer's dream gun.

    My Smith family. Top break, I-frame, J-Frame, K-frames, and N-frame.

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    My other wheel guns. A couple of Colts, Ruger, Miroku Liberty Chief, and Merwin Hulbert. I never heard of Merwin Hulbert until I saw one of my friends had this one. I bought it from him along with the Miroku. The Merwin's had better quality than S&W and Colt. I knew Miroku made shotguns for Browning and rifles for Winchester but I did not know they had made revolvers.

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    I guess I should tell the models of my revolvers.
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    Model 10-7: .38 Military & Police .38 Special nickel
    Model 66-2: Combat Magnum Stainless .357 Magnum stainless
    .32 Double Action 4th Model .32 S&W (.32 S&W short) nickel

    Top picture right side going down:
    Model 25-15: 1955 Model .45 Target Heavy Barrel .45 Colt nickel
    Model 60-7: .38 Chiefs Special Stainless Lady Smith .38 Special stainless
    Model 17-3: K-22 Masterpiece .22LR blued
    .32 Hand Ejector (aka postwar Pre-Model 30) .32 S&W Long blued

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    Nagant M1895 7.62x38 blued
    Merwin Hulbert .32 Merwin Hulbert nickel
    Miroku Liberty Chief .38 Special blued

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    Taurus M450 .45 Colt Bright Spectrum Blue
    Ruger GP100 .357 Magnum stainless


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    Colt Army Special 38 .38 Special nickel
    Colt Police Positive Special .38 Special blued
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    Quote Originally Posted by DasVidaniya View Post
    So basically this is a post for old farts.
    I am not old. I appreciate well made guns, ones that are not recycled baby bottles that are microwave safe.
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    No hating here. I identify as a old fart.

    I have a S&W 686 4 inch .357 pre lock that I love to carry. All that stainless in one place freaks people out.

    I also have a S&W 29 pre lock as well. Don't shoot it that often but boy does it make a noise.
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    Gotta good price on it too!
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