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This is the only S&W revolver that I have. It is a Model 29-2 44 Magnum. I picked it up from a friend for $300.00. I could not pass it up at that price!!!


The only other S&W that I have is a Model 1076 10MM.
 

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Very nice I think my 1911's and Smith Collection # about the same
 

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Auto mag that is a heck of a 10mm Wheelie, It looks OUTSTANDING!!
The pictured revolver is a 44 Magnum. The bottom post under the picture must be misleading!!!:biggrin: The 1076 S&W 10MM is a semi-auto.
 

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Frenchy, no mask but I pulled out my wallet so fast I almost caught my pants on fire!!:rofl::rofl::rofl:
 

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What a Beautiful gun. I have it`s little sister....the 4 inch 29-2 .44 mag. I`ll have to get a photo of it and post (mother in law has camera at the moment). Funny thing is....mine was a gift. A gift from a friend who was staying with me for a while. I tried to decline accepting it as a gift....but he was so insistant that I finally graciously accepted. It`s seen a lot of use over the years, and the grips are a little beat up, but it is still deadly accurate and reliable.
 

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What a Beautiful gun. I have it`s little sister....the 4 inch 29-2 .44 mag. I`ll have to get a photo of it and post (mother in law has camera at the moment). Funny thing is....mine was a gift. A gift from a friend who was staying with me for a while. I tried to decline accepting it as a gift....but he was so insistant that I finally graciously accepted. It`s seen a lot of use over the years, and the grips are a little beat up, but it is still deadly accurate and reliable.
Sounds like a very nice Smith!! That is an even better deal than I got!!!!:biggrin::biggrin:
 

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Let me ask you a question, AutoMag...Were you wearing a mask when you stole that 29...?
Thats exactly what I was thinking Frenchy
 

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My wife got the camera home...so here is my long time friend,



and a bonus pic of my trio

 

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Here's my old Smith. A 1941 .38 Special 1910 Hand Ejector 4th Revision. Was inherited from my father who did some marksmanship work with it in his military days. The action is so good that several smiths I had look at it figure a military armorer tweaked it. It's about the sweetest shooting pistol I've shot. Pure pleasure. I hope my son likes it when I die 'cause it ain't up for sale!


 

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1940 38/44 Outdoorsman
 

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I like it Od I have been looking for one
 

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Thanks Bud, it was one of my Dad's.
 

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My trusty Smith&Wesson Model 65 polished.
Gun never failed me in anyway.
Carried it for some time, its now my bedside gun.



Bought it used for $375. Used to belong to local sheriff. He traded it for something else.

His loss:dancingbananna:
 

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Great stuff folks!
I like S&Ws and have a few to include: 29-2 6", 29-2 MG, 625 model of 1988, 27-2 8 3/8s, 27-2 6" with original 3" barrel, 624 Lew Horton in 4" with 3"barrel in box, 45 Colt MG and 66-1. All are stuffed away and will be photographed for "Cabin Fever" posting.
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Dang AutoMag, $300!!! wow. But, if you're only going to have one S&W revolver, that is certainly one to have.

A couple of my favorites - a 27-2 target package from my Dad and a King Super Target built on a 1905 4th change that belonged to his uncle who used it in Bullseye competition back in the 50's and 60's.



 
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