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    Nice work Bill, gas tanks are likely being filled as we speak with over-priced fuel, desperate to jump into your rarely advertised 'honey hole'. Well, you'll not see me in the fray, I have an early smoker box to start tomorrow of seasoned, boneless, skinless chicken thighs with another 5 lbs. of premium grade 'Carne Asada' to grill as well. With the beans, tortillas, rice, salsas and guacamole, I'll not miss or think of another S&W until about 0400 on Monday morning. Good luck with the 696 and your resolve to NOT GO BACK for more!
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    Nice find! I've always wanted one of those but never came across the right deal. Enjoy it!







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    That's Sweet! Nice score and I bet will be a lot of fun to shoot.
    I keep a gun because I'm too young to die and too old to take an ass whoopin'!

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    I had one last year. Posted a 65-5 Lady Smith for sale on the other forum, and someone offered me this one for an even trade.

    Wasn't a fan of 44 Special, but saw what they were bringing on GB, so I traded. It arrived at my FFL the same day my 3" model 64 did.

    Listed it for sale local and got $1,100 for the 696 with no box. Used part of that money to buy my grail 3" 66-2.


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    Hey Bill,

    That is a real beauty!

    Later, Mark
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    What didn't you like about the first four ? I have yet to find something I don't like about mine .
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    COME TAKE IT.
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    The M-696 .44 Spl. used to be a desired revolver to me, but these days, I'm happy with what I have. Is Yuma County where InjunBro lives? It sounds like his kind of place. DESOLATE!!!!! Bob
    When you want the BEST! Bob

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    I wouldn't mind buying one, nice pick up.
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    I like to think guns find us. That way, I can place all the blame on them...

    ......especially if they turn out to be duds/sellers. I've had a few lately...

    ..so many guns..so little money..
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