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    When it comes to S&W, never say they never made that

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    Gunbroker auction with a lot more info:

    https://www.gunbroker.com/item/806511894
    The first indication a bad guy should have that I'm dangerous is when his
    disembodied soul is looking down at his own corpse wondering what happened.

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    Neat. What is it? I mean, besides a .38/44. There's a lot of paperwork, I saw something about a dummy latch. I'm not curious enough to read all of it.
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    Does anyone like pineapple on their pizza guns?

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    That should end up selling for more than a few pretty pennies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigghoss View Post
    Neat. What is it? I mean, besides a .38/44. There's a lot of paperwork, I saw something about a dummy latch. I'm not curious enough to read all of it.
    thumb latch on both sides is a little "different". Front sight is also unique.
    The first indication a bad guy should have that I'm dangerous is when his
    disembodied soul is looking down at his own corpse wondering what happened.

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    That was a neat glimpse into the past. Thank you for posting it.

    If you click on the seller's other auctions, you may find yourself wasting more time than you should, and contemplating various financial irresponsibilities.
    I was into 10mm Auto before it sold out and went mainstream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LtDave View Post
    thumb latch on both sides is a little "different". Front sight is also unique.
    I mean what's it for?
    Does anyone like pineapple on their pizza guns?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lester Polfus View Post
    That was a neat glimpse into the past. Thank you for posting it.

    If you click on the seller's other auctions, you may find yourself wasting more time than you should, and contemplating various financial irresponsibilities.
    Yes, I made that mistake. That Model 1950 .44 and the pre-27 3.5 inch .357 are making me think very sinful thoughts regarding proper stewardship of resources....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigghoss View Post
    I mean what's it for?
    Now, it is something for an advanced S&W collector to spend an ungodly amount of money on. Back in the day, some guy wanted it done and was willing to pay S&W to do it.
    The first indication a bad guy should have that I'm dangerous is when his
    disembodied soul is looking down at his own corpse wondering what happened.

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    That is some collection.

    I like this one where the Colt rep is ordering a S&W and telling them to make sure they do a good job on it.
    https://www.gunbroker.com/item/806511885

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lester Polfus View Post
    That was a neat glimpse into the past. Thank you for posting it.

    If you click on the seller's other auctions, you may find yourself wasting more time than you should, and contemplating various financial irresponsibilities.

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