Three similar sized revolvers. Which one wins on looks alone?
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    I vote on the smith just because of the clean lines, but if I were able to add one, that I think tops them all as far as looks, it'd have to be a Dan Wesson model 15-2V. I like the half lug barrel much better than full lug. I think it makes a "sleeker" looking gun.
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    The S&W has the cleanest lines so that's the winner for me. Never been a big snakegun fan.
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    I like the looks of the full underlug barrel, but prefer 4", or 3". Model 19 handles much better, for me, or maybe it is just the feel of the weight distribution. Under any circumstance, I would take the Smith to the dance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KZero View Post
    Strictly looks? The Smith, for me. But they're all nice.
    Same here.
    If I could pick one of the 3 it would be the Colt. Because I could sell it and guy a couple of nice Smiths!
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    The Smith without a doubt. I've never been fond of Colt's grip shape or pull back cylinder release and Ruger has always had an expertise in making their handguns fugly to my eyes.

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    Its not the Ruger.


 
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