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    A pictoral compilation of my Model 10 Collection

    Since joining the forum in 2012 with one revolver (K-22) and two rifles I have gotten hooked on Model 10's. My collection goal has been to acquire Model 10 through Model 10-10. I am now one short of the goal; a Model 10-9. I will concentrate on getting one of those in 2020. Each one of my Model 10's has its own separate thread on the forum but none are compiled together in one thread. That's the purpose of this thread. I will display them in Model order vice acquisition order.

    My collection includes barrel lengths of 2, 4, 5, and 6". I have two Model 10-5's; a nickel finished 4" barrel and a blue finished 5" barrel. All are very good shooters; the Model 10-8 being my favorite to shoot.

    Model 10 ND

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    Model 10-1
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    Model 10-2

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    Last edited by K22; 09-10-2019 at 09:58 AM.

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    Model 10-3

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    Model 10-4

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    Model 10-5 (nickel)

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    Model 10-5 (Blue)

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    Model 10-6

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    Model 10-7

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    Model 10-8

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    Model 10-10

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    When I get the 10-9 I will get a group photo of the collection.
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    Nice collection K. But it's just the tip of the iceberg.
    Ya got yer pre models variants, the Victory revolver, and the older 38 M&Ps to get as well. The nice thing about the model 10 and their ancestors is that they are affordable and findable. I truly believe that they are the premier S&W product.
    Oh... and don't forget the round butt frame. I'd love to have an early 4" model 10 RB.

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    Sweet collection of model 10's. The group pic should be quite impressive. Congrats!
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    Very nice Litter of 10s. Good luck on getting the 9 and look forward to the full group pics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by timetripper View Post
    Nice collection K. But it's just the tip of the iceberg.
    Ya got yer pre models variants, the Victory revolver, and the older 38 M&Ps to get as well. The nice thing about the model 10 and their ancestors is that they are affordable and findable. I truly believe that they are the premier S&W product.
    Oh... and don't forget the round butt frame. I'd love to have an early 4" model 10 RB.

    John
    Ha. I'm working on those John. I've got 38 M&Ps from each decade in the 1900s and 2000s (except the 1900 decade, my earliest is 1914). Three Victory's (two SW and one .38 special). Three British Service Revolvers. I only have two K frame round butts; a Model 12-2 and a Model 65-8.

    Mike
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    Very nice M10 collection.
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    I think you need a new forum name! Mod10fan?
    Very nice. Thanks for the pics.
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