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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave T View Post
    In the spirit of the post here's my N-frames, from oldest to youngest. There used to be many others but I don't want to talk about that! (LOL)

    1921 2nd Model Hand Ejector 44 Special - customized years ago, probably in the 1940s.

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    It has a 4-1/2" barrel and elegant fixed rear sight.

    Next up is my 1937 Brazilian S&W "45 DA". Cut to 3-1/2", hand made ramp for the dovetail front sight, tuned inside for DA shooting with a re-curved trigger profile for DA as well.

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    This is my 4" 1952-3 S&W 38-44 Heavy Duty. All I shoot in it are duplicate hand loads to the original factory specs of 158g @ 1125 fps.

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    And finally my blue-steel 45 ACP Mountain Gun, a revolver S&W never made but should have.

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    A gunsmith friend of many years took my M25-2 with a Model of 1950 6.5" tapered barrel and made a thing of beauty out of them. Round butted as all Mountain Guns were, it has the original ramp pinned to the barrel rib, and the front sight pinned to the ramp. Just as S&W used to do it.

    Dave

    Damn man that custom rear blade on the 2nd Model is NICE!

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    Jeez... I was hesitant to even bother posting mine after what ya'll have posted here... especially once I discovered how awful I am at taking firearm photos. Apologies there!

    @SouthNarc that no-dash 27 with the T-grip and ivories deserves its own thread. Seriously.
    @Dave T Now I have a mighty need for a .44 SPL hand ejector... thanks, I think?

    Here's my modest pair though.

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    My 4in Model 29-3 (there are many like it, but this one is mine! ) with a smooth trigger and a surprisingly decent trigger job. But some goblin -before me- messed up all the screws using the wrong screwdrivers so she's ugly side down right now. Shoots beautifully with 240gr, and I need to replace the screws, get proper stocks, and get proper leather for it.

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    An S-prefix 4in Model 28 no-dash, serial dates it to 1958. I absolutely adore this gun, but the teenage daughter of one of my closest and dearest friends shot it when she wanted to try a revolver... and she absolutely cherishes it, and had no issues or complaints shooting full house .357 out of it.
    So it's only back in my possession for a little while for me to address some excess end-shake with some shims, whereupon it will go back to her Dad's possession but we all know it's 'her gun' in the end.
    No idea what the story might be on the stocks, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthNarc View Post
    Me too!
    Phrasing...

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    My only N-Frame...a Model 28 my father handed down to me; his first duty weapon:

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    Pictured next to his second and last duty weapon, a Sig P226:

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    My pair or 27s

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    I only have oneÖ Model 27-2, older than I am. Has the smoothest trigger of any of my revolvers. Iím tempted to change out the stocks if I can find some Pachymyers that would fit.

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    Dayum, those are pretty.

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    My 28-2 that was a gift from a friend.

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    O4L,

    That's one heck of a gift. What a friend.

    Dave

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