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rbsivleyrbsivley Senior MemberThe Heart of DixiePosts: 1,259 Senior Member
The thread about .38 special for self defense got me thinking about some gun porn. Here are mine:

S&W .38 serial numbered in 1947

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Charter Arms Undercover Ultra


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Randy

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  • sakodudesakodude Senior Member Posts: 4,756 Senior Member
    Here is my singular contribution:
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    Colt Cobra 2nd issue.

    Sako
  • EliEli Senior Member Attalla, Alabama.Posts: 3,074 Senior Member
    Pre Model 10 Smith & Wesson M&P.

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    Smith & Wesson 642

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    I've got a .357 mag and a couple of 9mm's, but I figured I'd just post the Specials.
  • snake284snake284 Senior Member Posts: 22,429 Senior Member
    rbsivley wrote: »
    The thread about .38 special for self defense got me thinking about some gun porn. Here are mine:

    S&W .38 serial numbered in 1947

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    Charter Arms Undercover Ultra


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    That first one's got me breathing heavy. I do love it.
    Daddy, what's an enabler?
    Son that's somebody with nothing to do with his time but keep me in trouble with mom.
  • WeatherbyWeatherby Senior Member Posts: 4,953 Senior Member
    I don't have a single one there is a 4 screw model 14 at my lgs but it isn't calling to me
  • rbsivleyrbsivley Senior Member The Heart of DixiePosts: 1,259 Senior Member
    snake284 wrote: »
    That first one's got me breathing heavy. I do love it.

    She is a beauty. I know she's not a high dollar gun but she's a good one.
    Randy

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  • NNNN Senior Member NCPosts: 25,221 Senior Member
  • calebibcalebib Senior Member ColoradoPosts: 1,701 Senior Member
    S&W Bodyguard .380
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    S&W 442 Centennial Airweight
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    Ruger GP100
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  • 1965Jeff1965Jeff Senior Member Olsburg KansasPosts: 1,650 Senior Member
    High dollar gun or not that is a nice shooter- I'm definately in the market for a an old school .38/ .357 snubbie or 3in bbl for a carry weapon. How does the first old girl pictured shoot?
  • BufordBuford Senior Member CA. Beach citiesPosts: 6,721 Senior Member
    Very Nice.

    I don't own a 38, I need to fix that.
    Just look at the flowers Lizzie, just look at the flowers.
  • rbsivleyrbsivley Senior Member The Heart of DixiePosts: 1,259 Senior Member
    1965Jeff wrote: »
    High dollar gun or not that is a nice shooter- I'm definately in the market for a an old school .38/ .357 snubbie or 3in bbl for a carry weapon. How does the first old girl pictured shoot?

    She's a good one. I've had a problem with the ejector rod backing out I'm hoping some loc tite ficing it
    Randy

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  • FreezerFreezer Senior Member Posts: 2,602 Senior Member
    A pink SDG??? No! That would be worse than pasting a Judge. The BG would die laughing before you got a chance to shoot him. Dude show some self respect, I hope that was your lady's gun.
    I like Elmer Keith; I married his daughter :wink:
  • rbsivleyrbsivley Senior Member The Heart of DixiePosts: 1,259 Senior Member
    Freezer wrote: »
    A pink SDG??? No! That would be worse than pasting a Judge. The BG would die laughing before you got a chance to shoot him. Dude show some self respect, I hope that was your lady's gun.

    It's red and it's mine.
    Randy

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  • EliEli Senior Member Attalla, Alabama.Posts: 3,074 Senior Member
    Freezer wrote: »
    The BG would die laughing before you got a chance to shoot him. Dude show some self respect, I hope that was your lady's gun.


    Wow, douchey much?

    You can tell by the color of the cap (crimson tide) that the frame is dark red, the obviously got washed out with the flash from the camera.
  • gunrunner428gunrunner428 Senior Member Posts: 1,018 Senior Member
    Here's my contribution - S&W Model 15 Combat Masterpiece.

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    Had to sell her off about a year ago in a financial tight spot, soon to be replaced, but an update (per my wife's request) to a semi-auto, likely 9mm, for the house-pistol.
  • ken55ken55 Senior Member near Colorado Springs, COPosts: 782 Senior Member
    Model 15 Combat Masterpiece and a '60s vintage nickel J-Frame

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    Ruger Security Six Liberty Edition [actually a .357 Mag]

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  • mkk41mkk41 Banned Posts: 1,932 Senior Member
    My 2in Mod.37 Airweight and 3in Mod.36-1.

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    And a 6in 4-screw K-38.

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  • WeatherbyWeatherby Senior Member Posts: 4,953 Senior Member
    What Keith No colt?
    I thought I'd see one from you.
    I was looking forward to that.
    A model 52 would look good too
  • shootershooter Senior Member IllinoisPosts: 1,186 Senior Member
    My entries in 38 Special caliber include two revolvers and two semi-autos. One semi-auto that has been posted before is my Colt Gold Cup National Match mid-range 38 Special. I quit shooting it in bullseye competition about 20+ years ago and got the Model 52-2 in 38 special to compete with instead. The Colt became a safe queen at that time.

    The S&W model 10 belonged to one of my oldest and dearest friends who passed away a few years ago and his brother gave it to me as something to remember him by. The S&W 637 Airweight is most enjoyable to shoot with the Crimson Trace laser grips. I can regularly hit my 50 yard Pepper Popper with it if I take my time and concentrate (shooting single action). Somewhere I have a double barreled Derringer but I couldn't locate it for photos!


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    There's no such thing as having too much ammo, unless you're on fire or trying to swim!
  • EliEli Senior Member Attalla, Alabama.Posts: 3,074 Senior Member
    Shooter, I never knew that they made a 1911 in .38 special, but I've always thought that those 52s were really neat.

    Ever since I owned (for a short time) a Desert Eagle, I've found semi-autos chambered in rimmed cartridges to be very interesting.
  • shootershooter Senior Member IllinoisPosts: 1,186 Senior Member
    Eli wrote: »
    Shooter, I never knew that they made a 1911 in .38 special, but I've always thought that those 52s were really neat.

    Ever since I owned (for a short time) a Desert Eagle, I've found semi-autos chambered in rimmed cartridges to be very interesting.

    Yes, they are interesting and the Colt is not very common. I am fortunate to have a complete extra upper for mine and one of the reasons I switched to the S&W 52 was when I learned how valuable my Gold Cup was! Do a search on Gunbroker for "Gold Cup National Match Mid-Range" or just "Colt Mid-Range Match" and see how much they're fetching. Here are two close-ups of the markings on the left side of the slides.


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    Notice that the barrel has no link under it that pulls it down. It operates without locking lugs on top of the barrel either. I've seen it described as a **** blow-back, almost like the Ace conversion unit.
    There's no such thing as having too much ammo, unless you're on fire or trying to swim!
  • 1911fan1911fan Member Gardnerville, NVPosts: 193 Member
    "Best Pound of Protection Money can Buy"--Charter Undercover. Notice how the frame is blue?

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    My Wife's S & W M-10-8 HB. Not pink, either.

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    I also have a Security Six, but since this is for .38's, I guess it doesn't count...

    ed
    Fat, white, sixty, unemployed and just DIGGIN' on this "Change" thing!
  • bruchibruchi Senior Member Posts: 2,581 Senior Member
    Mine:

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    and a J frame that has been a work in process for some time now.

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    If this post is non welcomed, I can always give you a recipe for making "tostones".
  • rbsivleyrbsivley Senior Member The Heart of DixiePosts: 1,259 Senior Member
    bruchi, that J frame is a real tupperware pistol.
    Randy

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  • wolf049wolf049 Member WashingtonPosts: 217 Member
    Here's mine. Not a very good picture, I know. If you look close at the hammer, you'll notice the corners have been rounded off. Just doing that makes it a lot easier to get it out of my pocket.
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  • bobbyrlf3bobbyrlf3 Senior Member Renton, WashingtonPosts: 2,598 Senior Member
    calebib wrote: »
    Ruger GP100
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    I've never seen markings like that on the GP100; did it come like that? Is it a special model?
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  • calebibcalebib Senior Member ColoradoPosts: 1,701 Senior Member
    bobbyrlf3 wrote: »
    I've never seen markings like that on the GP100; did it come like that? Is it a special model?

    I got some engraving filler and I was trying it out on the GP100 just for giggles. Other than slicking up the action, new sights and the grips it's a standard model.
  • rbsivleyrbsivley Senior Member The Heart of DixiePosts: 1,259 Senior Member
    calebib wrote: »
    I got some engraving filler and I was trying it out on the GP100 just for giggles. Other than slicking up the action, new sights and the grips it's a standard model.

    It looks good.
    Randy

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  • shawn1172shawn1172 Senior Member Saco, MePosts: 588 Senior Member
    Eli, what are the grips on your 642? They look great.
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