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    Three similar sized revolvers. Which one wins on looks alone?

    I know I’m on the S&W forum but asking what you guys think anyhow. On looks alone which one do you find most appealing?
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    Strictly looks? The Smith, for me. But they're all nice.
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    The one in the middle. No contest.
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    On looks alone - the Colt, on ruggedness - the Ruger but for all around best - the S&W hands down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Injunbro View Post
    On looks alone - the Colt, on ruggedness - the Ruger but for all around best - the S&W hands down.
    That sums it up for me also...
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    I’m with Injunbro and Curt360.
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    I always liked the vented barrel on the Colt but I'm still liking the S&W more. All nice guns you have!
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    Have owned three Pythons and about 10 L-frames. Much prefer the L-frame both for looks and use. Never was greatly attracted to the Ruger. Sincerely. bruce.
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    They all looks fine together, nice trio! I would say the Colt for looks.
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    I am big fan of the 586\686 line of guns so I have to go with the Smith & Wesson
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