View Poll Results: One frame but 3+ revolvers allowed

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  • J-frame

    3 6.12%
  • K-frame

    26 53.06%
  • N-frame

    18 36.73%
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    2 4.08%
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Thread: Three S&W revolvers allowed but all on he same frame (just for fun)

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    Three S&W revolvers allowed but all on he same frame (just for fun)

    You can have three (or more...) but only on one frame. I narrowed this down to three choices. I just figured it had to be the N-frame, the K-frame, or the J-frame. It has to be your best home defense, your range, and your carry weapon. There is an "other" for you L-frame and I-frame guys.

    From small to big frames (none expensive):

    J-Frame.
    It comes to you in a few smaller calibers. It's easy to keep in the pocket of you best blue jeans. The practice ammo is cheaper. The J-frame is good. One picture:


    K-Frame.
    It's a little bigger so comes with bigger calibers. The K-22 is a .22LR while the K-38....It offers good calibers. It's easily concealed. You can get the S&W .357 Combat Magnum here (pre-19 and 19). One picture:


    N-Frame.
    It's bigger but gets a little heavy as a carry weapon. It requires a big ammo load. Everyone should have one...but not in this poll. Picture (pre-27):
    S&W K-frames and N-frames.
    and a few Colts

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    Make mine all "K" frames.

    1. 2" round butt .38 spl. M-12 Airweight

    2. 3" round butt .357 M-64

    3. 6" square butt .22 M-17

    These three will take care of anything I need to handle.
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    Model 27 - can shoot 357 all day long
    Model 29 -44 mag great hunting revolver
    325 NG -45 ACP for self defense I find it not the much harder to conceal then a 1911
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    I voted K-frame.

    It was not an easy vote. I love my J and N frames. The K is just a good concealed weapon and also good to go for home defense.

    Here my four-screw Combat Magnum (Model 19, no dash):
    S&W K-frames and N-frames.
    and a few Colts

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    Cool

    K-Frame.........

    My 2003 Model 65 in 3" RB.

    The many faces of "Maggie".

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    N-Frame, the model-29, 44 magnum, my ultimate feld gun.
    The N-frame 357, a good field companion gun, a 627.

    A 327 Night Guard N-frame carry Gun, 8-shot 357.
    Last edited by Triplelock; 07-10-2013 at 07:43 PM.
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    Hi,
    I really like K frames but so do others and of course there are more S&W K frames than all the rest of S&W revolvers combined. The first is my 1905 4th change M&P Target. (1926) Name:  standard.jpg
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    K22 model 17 from 1957.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FlaRon View Post
    K-Frame.........
    Ron,
    I'd like to mention one of the S&W revolvers that made me vote "K". It's a P&R K-frame from 1977. It dialed in on target before I bought it.

    It's one of few nickel S&W's that I own, and it's a good one. It is a good carry and lives by my bedside table:




    Just saying...
    S&W K-frames and N-frames.
    and a few Colts

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    Agreed. Make it 3 model 19's for me.
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    K-frame for me too.
    Model 17, K-22 Masterpiece,
    Model 14, K-38 Masterpiece,
    Model 66, .357 Combat Magnum,

    The Model 17 K-22



    The Model 14 K-38



    The Model 66 Combat magnum


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