4 Inch Smith & Wesson Model 29
The 8 shot .357 Magnum Smith and Wesson’s 627 series.
OTs-38 silent revolver. developed for Russian special forces.
S&W 629 Performance Center
Ruger GP100 | Handguns
One of the more bizarre revolvers from Taurus, the View uses a titanium cylinder and barrel but its most noticeable feature is the lexan side panels that provide a clear view of the internals. This makes the View a very light revolver, weighing in at just 9.5 ounces. However, it does have increased recoil due to the lighter weight. Chambered in .38 Special, it is not rated for +P ammunition. (GRH)
this thing is so weird looking.
Public Defender Polymer
Made by Taurus, this unique revolver has a frame consisting mostly of polymer, making it rather lightweight. Often referred to as the Polymer Judge, it still remains chambered in .45 Long Colt and .410 Gauge shotshell. Although criticized as to whether or not the Judge is a viable self-defense/conceal carry option, it proved popular enough for Smith & Wesson to make a clone called the Governor. (GRH)
Excellent condition World War II Soviet Model 1895 Nagant revolver with belt.
Sold at Auction: $200
Bill Davis Custom PPC S&W 29 no dash (1959) .44 mag
Left to Right: S&W 28-2, 586-2, 586, 686-3, 13-1, 10-7, 442-1
As promised, a pic with the new grip. Tbh it looked better with the old grip, but this Master II grip is just so much more comfortable! And I tend to value the better groupings on the target than the actual look of the gun. Though it doesn’t hurt to have a sexy piece of gun-steel in your holster ;)
Now I just gotta glass-blast that horrible tribal on the barrel-weight…
Any suggestions or just random thoughts? =)