About 5 years ago I bought one of the earlier S&W Model 610 revolvers. It is a 1991-vintage 6 1/2" barreled type, with a non-fluted cylinder. It's one of the most accurate revolvers that I own! :biggrin: Talk about a "keeper!" This revolver is defininitely not for sale... at ANY price!You can get a new One Smith Just Re Released them I have a 4" at the gun dealer on layaway
You don't understand what you've been missing! The 10mm is so special that the resurgent interest in the cartridge is due to it's matchless versatility! The 10mm Auto Cartridge can do ANYTHING any other medium-to-large-bore autopistol cartridge can do, including hunting medium, to moderately large game. I have even heard of moose being taken at close range with the 10mm pistol! While I'll grant you, that is rare, but I wouldn't be afraid to take it anywhere that I would hunt with the .41 Remington Magnum.I've probably heard all about them on other forums,but just like the Gospel it never gets old!
While I don't have much interest in the 10mm platform, I would like to get a hold of a -150 Razorback.
Thank you! The "original" Razorbacks were truly special! These were the genesis of the 10mm "revival." 99% of these were (and are) nearly perfect when they left the Dan Wesson Norwich, N.Y. plant.This thread is getting off the beaten path. Here is an image of a lowly second owners pistola. My second DW.
Not the greatest picture, but it will have to do. Unfortunately for him and fortunately for me the previous owner had to thin the herd some.