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    Blue S&W's with Un-fluted cylinders

    Here is a couple. First is a 29-4, 5 inch full lug, .44 Magnum:

    Next is a 25-7, 5 inch, frosted finish, .45 Colt:

    And a Yuma desert Blue rock.
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    Re: Blue S&W's with Un-fluted cylinders



    Those are beautiful. Thanks for sharing the pics.

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    Re: Blue S&W's with Un-fluted cylinders

    I could add a couple to this thread. First is a Classic Hunter. This one is a 29-3 from the first run for Lew Horton.



    Second is a 29-8 Performance Center gun.



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    Re: Blue S&W's with Un-fluted cylinders

    29-3 Classic Hunter.

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    Re: Blue S&W's with Un-fluted cylinders

    Great post , I knew Tom would be around !!
    Great guns guy`s !! I have a couple ..................





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    Re: Blue S&W's with Un-fluted cylinders

    Really like the looks of the unfluted cylinders, wish I had one to post, or two or three or four...
    "I want to be apple pie and baseball, but when people look at me they see nachos and a cock-fight"

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    Re: Blue S&W's with Un-fluted cylinders

    My only unfluted blue N-frame, 29-5:

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    There's just something about the combo of the full lug and the unfluted cylinder that turns me on more.


 

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