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    Quote Originally Posted by laflaone View Post
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    My Ruger MK IV 22/45 Lite with AAC Element 2 suppressor. If this thing was any more fun to shoot, I probably couldn't stand it!IMG_20190917_111637.jpg
    That must eat a copious amount of ammo!
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    Took my old Smith Model 66 to the range last week. I got it new back in the early ‘80s and it’s a great shooter.






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    I have a friend who died in a motorsickle crash. He owned a Pietta 1873 with the millenium finish. Went over to visit his widow and worked a trade. We swapped my extra Uberti for the Pietta straight across, both in .45 Colt. It was a good trade. I've been carrying the Pietta in a shoulder rig when I go into town, the finish is just perfect for armpit carry. I replaced the brass grip frame with a steel frame and refinished the wood in a reddish stain. It's very smooth and accurate, no complaints. Built like a tank, Pietta makes an authentic clone, real Colt parts and hardware interchange. Lockup and timing are perfect. I'm sure Patrick would be glad to know that his pistol is getting good care and use.

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    I'd agree with you, but then we'd both be wrong.....

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    It looks good with wood grips,but feels better with the original grips that came on the SP 101 .357 Mag. 3" so I went back to the original grips.

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    Not a great picture but here's my Ruger wheel gun family. GP100, GP100 Match Champion, SP101 (all 357), LCRx 22, LCRx 9MM, Single Six 50th Anniversary, Single Six NRA edition. Both single six's have 22lr and 22mag cylinders.


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    A great deal from a great friend! Couldn't pass up! S&W Model 29-2, 6"
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    I've been a VERY good boy this year. I managed to bring home a triad of new guns this month, two were from very good friends who understood how badly I wanted what they owned, and were kind enough to part with them for a fair price.

    The first was a replacement.......I had a "Model of 1989" Smith 625-3 years ago and let a fellow here talk me out of it, but I missed it almost immediately and dreamed of the day I could find another exactly like it. Thanks to a dear friend, I did.



    The second was a far rarer specimen, something I knew I wanted, but now that I have it I realize just how cool it is. This Model 610 in 10mm is a lot like my 686+ on steroids, and slick as a tank, only tougher. It might be the Ultimate Badass Revolver!



    The last one is something I've been thinking about for forty years or more. I had a Colt New Frontier 22 Convertible about that far back, sold it to a fellow cop, and while I'm not a big Cowboy-style guy, I still think they're cool. They're slow to reload and kind of clunky, yet I grew up in the 50's and 60's, and always wanted to be a cowpoke. Dealing with the 45ACP all these years made me wonder why I never bothered experimenting with the 45 Colt, so I decided a 45 Convertible would be a good idea, and Ruger makes a nice one in stainless. So while I may not ever be a real cowpoke, I can always fake it, and pretend I'm Yosemite Sam!



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    One of many but my daily carry. Kel-Tec PF-9 with iwb clip. Right hip and easy to forget it's there. Accurate enough for my needs to 30-40 feet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by papajohn View Post
    I've been a VERY good boy this year. I managed to bring home a triad of new guns this month, two were from very good friends who understood how badly I wanted what they owned, and were kind enough to part with them for a fair price.

    The first was a replacement.......I had a "Model of 1989" Smith 625-3 years ago and let a fellow here talk me out of it, but I missed it almost immediately and dreamed of the day I could find another exactly like it. Thanks to a dear friend, I did.



    The second was a far rarer specimen, something I knew I wanted, but now that I have it I realize just how cool it is. This Model 610 in 10mm is a lot like my 686+ on steroids, and slick as a tank, only tougher. It might be the Ultimate Badass Revolver!



    The last one is something I've been thinking about for forty years or more. I had a Colt New Frontier 22 Convertible about that far back, sold it to a fellow cop, and while I'm not a big Cowboy-style guy, I still think they're cool. They're slow to reload and kind of clunky, yet I grew up in the 50's and 60's, and always wanted to be a cowpoke. Dealing with the 45ACP all these years made me wonder why I never bothered experimenting with the 45 Colt, so I decided a 45 Convertible would be a good idea, and Ruger makes a nice one in stainless. So while I may not ever be a real cowpoke, I can always fake it, and pretend I'm Yosemite Sam!



    Hey PJ,

    You knocked it out of the Park!

    Trifecta!!

    You may just like the McGivern Bead on that 625!

    As for the 610....I thought if some firm had made a "carbine" platform. Be it "AR", M-1, Camp Carbine.......etc... a 610 in a belt rig and a Carbine in the Cruiser.... a LEO's dream come true.... Ahh well.......they all have plastic guns now.. LOL

    Later, Mark

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