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Old 03-05-2010, 08:27 AM
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lets see some wheel guns :)

so like the title says lets see them revolvers!!

here's my first one, smith 686 like it alot. I got a smith 500 on the way

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Old 03-05-2010, 08:35 AM
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so like the title says lets see them revolvers!!

here's my first one, smith 686 like it alot. I got a smith 500 on the way
Nice looking revolver you have there

When i turn 21 i plan on getting my first gun.....so far i'm thinking the Taurus Judge for CC. Anyone of have pics of it i'd love to see it
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Old 03-11-2010, 09:28 AM
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Two of the too many wheelers...lol the 686 is a fantastic gun wish I kept mine maybe i'll get some more up later (super redhawk, alaskan, colt) come to think of it now I can remember why I can never buy parts for my rigs...

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my next gun is going to be a smith .460. hand cannon performance and you can shoot 45 colt and 454 out of it.
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Nice looking revolver you have there

When i turn 21 i plan on getting my first gun.....so far i'm thinking the Taurus Judge for CC. Anyone of have pics of it i'd love to see it
Good grief dude! A Taurus Judge for concealed carry? With that, you're not gonna need to pull the trigger - just pulling that thing out will scare them to death! So much for concealed...
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i know a guy that carries an shorty s&w500 as a ccw. hes a BIG guy.
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Good grief dude! A Taurus Judge for concealed carry? With that, you're not gonna need to pull the trigger - just pulling that thing out will scare them to death! So much for concealed...
It's not really that big, my uncle carries one with him almost all the time.And i'd be getting the 3" barrel model.

Already got it planned out....first two rounds .410, then two rounds of .45, then a .410 to top it off
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Old 03-11-2010, 02:18 PM
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i know a guy that carries an shorty s&w500 as a ccw. hes a BIG guy.
Must be....cause I cant even come close to conceal my .500 "snub" without a backpack lol... I dig the 460 I almost added one to the collection bout a year ago but already had a powerhouse that size and was pulled to the slightly smaller alaskan 454.... either way it will be a great gun
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It's not really that big, my uncle carries one with him almost all the time.And i'd be getting the 3" barrel model.

Already got it planned out....first two rounds .410, then two rounds of .45, then a .410 to top it off
Yeah you're right, it's not that big, but for CC I think it is. Hang on tight with a 3". You gotta be a big guy to hide that thing - and talk about heavy! I'd be walking with a starboard list...awesome gun, though - good plan! I feel sorry for anyone who crosses you! (guess not, they'd probably deserve it)
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love that Raging Bull, almost impossible to find up here
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