I like revolvers

Wheelguns of all descriptions.
Dry Swamp
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Found it!

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Dry Swamp
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And one more:

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Miami_JBT
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Colt M1917 and S&W M1917

I competed with the S&W at Southeast Cola Warrior 2.

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My 1972 production Colt Python and 1988 Production S&W Model 686 Classic Hunter.

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Miami_JBT
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Little but old school....

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Colt Python with an original Metro-Dade issued Miranda Rights Card and period S&W Cuffs carried by my old man when he worked uniform.

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NorincoKid
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The only centerfire revolver I have left.....

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Old InterArms Rossi 357 Magnum

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gforester
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I like revolvers too.There is just something fascinating about the smooth workings and inherent accuracy of a precision wheel gun. This is my Performance Center 629.

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Capt_Jerry
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45caldan
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Picked up this S&W 30-1 .32 Long at a gun show for my GF recently. I feel like I stole it for $350!
Original numbered to gun grips as well.
The .32 is FUN to shoot!
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