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I'll start us off. This is my s&w 586-8.
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I'll do this in a couple of installments.
Even tho it is not a revolver, Here is my SF comerative pistol.
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Here are some of my revolvers. I've got an early Ruger Bearcat, but don't find any photos. Also a cased miniture 1860 colt 22 cal Civil War comemorative set some where.
All 3 of the Colts are 38/40 cal as is the 92 Win carbine.
The 1858 Remington & 1860 Colt are Italian reproductions as is the 63 Richmond.
Don't remember what the long bbl'd Ruger is?
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Manhurin 73R French .357 magnum. surplus from Africa that were making the rounds a few years ago.
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A Fitzgerald modified Colt SAA
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A small grouping of mine

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Popeye, I LOVE that Fitz! Never saw a SAA done like that before. Here is a 1918 built commercial .44 Special
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A 1906 built .38 Special
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a 1922 built S&W .38 Special and a 1919 built 1903 Colt
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I owned that Fitzed Colt SAA for a while. Saw it on a RIA auction and just had to have it. Placed a bid but it didn't sell (didn't reach the minimum $). It came up on a later auction. I bid the same $ and won. Kept it until the 'new' wore off and auctioned it off. Actually made a little $ on the deal.
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My revolvers.
Charter Arms Undercover Southpaw

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Enfield Mk VI

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Harrington & Richardson Safety Hammerless in .38 S&W

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Cap and Ball revolvers 2 Colt style and 1 Remington style

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A couple of Nagants (1915 and 1939 Tula)

A Merwyn Hulbert (circa 1890)

A 1942 Enfield
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I have one or two.
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Here's my revolvers!

A 1979 Armi San Marco which I believe to be a Colt 1851 Navy (36 cal).

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1970's JP Sauer and Sohn Western Marshall in 44 Magnum, imported by Hawes (My dad bought this new while stationed at Mountain Home AFB, Idaho between 75-77) and the belt and holster rig he bought at the same time.

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A 1933 Tula M1895 Nagant.

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Nothing real old here, nor are they amongst my nicest revolvers, but these two are my favorite shooters...my model 64 and my "slightly modified" model 60. I have another model 60 in original configuration and stocks, but this 3" revolver with the large front ramp sight and adjustable rear sights makes a sweet shooter. The 60 needed a cleaning before I took this picture, so just ignore the powder residue.
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You guys are making me want to go and buy another 2-3 revolvers to add to my arsenal. :lol:
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Here's my favorite. A classic 28-2 Highway Patrolman from 1970
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