My latest addition, S&W Model 36 modified to a Pinto
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    Tinhorn
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    My latest addition, S&W Model 36 modified to a Pinto

    I just picked this up a couple hours ago. I started with a S&W Model 36-7 and exchanged the Cylinder and the Barrel to Stainless Steel.
    I bought the revolver and the Cylinder and barrel and had everything shipped to my gunsmith. He did the changeover for me and I picked it up brand new to me already converted. So I get a new to me revolver, and it's been converted to a Pinto, all on the same day.
    The end result is my very first Pinto. I really like the way it turned out. i hope you guys like it as much as I do.
    Here are some pics, before and after.









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    Absolutely beautiful. If there's anything as nice as a marlin lever it's a smith wheelgun.

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    I'm not a big fan of stainless-steel front sights, but that's just because I can't see 'em. I sure do like the Model 36's tho. I'm partial to the 3-inch dash-ones myself, I actually carried mine a few days this week. It shoots like a bigger gun and it sure hides well!

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