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Old 11-30-2011, 03:43 AM
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Default Okay Nyles. My handgun collection

Because you requested it here you go. These is all the handguns I currently own. Sorry about the rubber grips on some of them, but I just didn't feel like replacing all the grips with the wooden ones. Sorry.

Starting from the bottom going clockwise:

1)Browning Buckmark Camper w/5.5" barrel (22LR)
2)GLOCK 26 (9mm)
3)GLOCK 19 (9mm)
4)Colt Model 1908 Hammerless, 1st Issue (.308 ACP) - Mfd. 1908
5)Colt Detective Special, Post 1972 (38 Spl)
6)Colt Lawman Mk III Snubbie (.357 Magnum)
7)Colt Trooper w/4" barrel (38 Spl) - Mfd. 1960
8)Colt Officer Match Target w/6" barrel (38 Spl) - Mfd. 1940
9)S&W K-38 4 screw w/6" barrel (38 Spl)- Mfd. 1956
10)Smith & Wesson M&P Model of 1905, 3rd Change w/ 6" barrel (38 Spl)-Mfd. 1913
11)Smith & Wesson M&P Post WW II 5 Screw Transitional w/ 5" barrel (38 Spl) -Mfd. 1947
12)Smith & Wesson M&P Model of 1899 w/4" barrel (38 Spl) - Mfd. 1902
13)S&W Heavy Duty (Pre-Model 20) w/5" barrel (38/44 High Velocity)- Mfd. 1937
14)S&W Model 49 Bodyguard (38 Spl)
15)S&W Model 28 Highway Patrolman w/4" barrel (.357 Magnum). I had it refinished back in 2004. Parkarized with a Teflon coating.
16)Webley Mk VI w/6" barrel
17)Manuhrin MR-73 revolver w/4" barrel (.357 magnum)
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Old 11-30-2011, 04:02 AM
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Pretty sweet man. That's a lot of wheelguns!
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Old 11-30-2011, 04:12 AM
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I envy your MR-73 and S&W Model 28
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manurhins are cool, seems your a wheelgun guy. othin wrong with that
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Old 11-30-2011, 04:33 AM
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manurhins are cool, seems your a wheelgun guy. othin wrong with that
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Old 11-30-2011, 04:38 AM
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Thanks. The MR-73 was just a flukey find. The previous owner owned a local Honda dealership and was a huge gun collector. As in hundreds of pieces.

But in 2008 he was diagnosed with Cancer. By the time they caught it he was in end stage and only had a few months. He gave away all of his guns to his friends and family members. Whatever was left over (perhaps fifty some pieces all togther) were sold off. The MR-73 was one of those sold off. I traded a S&W 686 and a nice trap model Winchester Model 12 shotgun for it. I figured I would probably never see one an MR-73 for sale again. Certainly not here in Idaho.

They're all very good shooters. The Glocks and the Model 49 Bodyguard are my duty pieces. I usually carry either the Model 49 or the Glock 26 when off duty. Now that it's getting colder and I'm wearing sweaters and sweatshirts I like to carry the G19 on my belt.
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I envy your Colt Trooper and Colt Lawman.

The Trooper was the duty gun of Earl Lee Swagger.
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I envy your Colt Trooper and Colt Lawman.

The Trooper was the duty gun of Earl Lee Swagger.
although it hadn't been invented at that point lol.
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I'm glad I'm not the only one who caught that. lol

Based on my investitgation into the Arkansas Highway Patrol, Earl Lee should have been packing a S&W M&P with a 4 inch barrel.
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Old 11-30-2011, 03:56 PM
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I'm glad I'm not the only one who caught that. lol

Based on my investitgation into the Arkansas Highway Patrol, Earl Lee should have been packing a S&W M&P with a 4 inch barrel.
I assumed that the Arkansas HP would have been carrying either the M&P or Official Police in the early fifties. But Earl Lee Swagger with a puny .38 Special revolver? No way.
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