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Old 10-20-2016, 06:28 AM   #21
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That 686 would be a great mate for my 629!
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Old 06-03-2017, 08:41 AM   #22
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Here is my wife's and mine. Not very many but I just love them!!!
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Old 06-03-2017, 10:32 AM   #23
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Here is my wife's and mine. Not very many but I just love them!!!
I can guess which is your wife's. How about identifying them, just for our edification?
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My wife's is a S&W 638-3 Airweight. Below that is a S&W 640 Pro Series. It has had a action job performed on it and it is "perfect". Last, but not least, a S&W 686 SSR. It also is getting a action job. Hopefully it will be finished in a couple more weeks.
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Very nice! I have a 638 Airweight I carried daily for over ten years. That 686 makes me a bit green with envy. Sweet.



I have a few more S&W revolvers. I do love them.



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For my wife a have an older Mod 36 with Lasergrips. It works well for here, though with practice I think she could use the Mod 65 and might be better with it. It has a 3" barrel and round butt. The K frame is close to perfect for my small hands for DA shooting.

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Those are some beauties.
I only have two Smiths but I'm sure proud of them.

1946 K 22 and 1978 Model 10

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Old 06-08-2017, 11:17 PM   #28
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Those are both guns to be proud of. Love the K-22 and that sweet Mod 10 is a versatile and effective self defense gun I had a Mod 18 with 4" barrel and a Mod 17 with 8 3/8" barrel but they were just not right. It took me years to get my 6" Mod 17 but it is indeed just right and I could not imagine selling it. My wife will be stuck with getting rid of it after I pass.

Back in the 90s I had a chance to buy a mod 14 and a Mod 17, both with 6" barrels and in excellent shape. I dithered for a couple of hours over which one to buy before deciding I needed both. I called the dealer to set them aside for me but someone smarter had grabbed them both right after I left.The one I have is not a classic like yours but it is tight and I did not let this one get away when I saw it.

You have a real pair of treasures there covering a very broad range of uses. My compliments.
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For my wife a have an older Mod 36 with Lasergrips. It works well for here, though with practice I think she could use the Mod 65 and might be better with it. It has a 3" barrel and round butt. The K frame is close to perfect for my small hands for DA shooting.

Looks like my 64.
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Yes Sir. The same but in .357 Magnum. I normally keep it loaded with .38 Special FBI loads but I like the option as a backup to a larger .357 revolver or carbine.

There is something about the feel of this gun that just makes it hard to put down. I am just a sucker for K frames, I guess.
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