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Nice, I see you like either wood or CT's. I saw a guy last show that had 2 500's with wood grips. He said they were salesman's samples, I thought they looked like the hogue's.
 

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Crimson Trace grips are my "always loaded" protection guns. The twin 66s are loaded with 357s placed around the house and the little 649 38 special is nearly always on me somewhere.
I prefer wood combats on the range guns. The other J frames are another new 649 as a spare to my carry one plus a 9mm 940 as a conversation piece. Kind of rare so for now I'll hold on to it.
I have 2 500s, 2 29-2 44s (one is unfired) a 686-3 357, 696 44 spl, 617 22lr, 3 629s. A few others. Nothing too special, but I like them all.
 

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500,

Great lookin wheel. I'm particlar to the the unflutted 629. Looks like my Classic Hunter.

I lilke the 29s a well.

BTW, my unfluted 29 is still AWOL from S&W. They've had it since start of year. For some reason it was sent from the service up to the factory. It's still unclear if they did anything to it up there. Should be no reason for that!?

It should be home next week though. I was worried for awhile.

Anyway great collection.
Dave

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toroflow said:
Patrick L said:
My "wheel" would be a triangle, as I only own 3 Smiths :cry: But I love them just the same, and hope to expand my collection as money allows.
You hang around the S&W forum long enough, and your collection will expand whether you want it to or not!! :D
Ain't that the truth. These guns mutiply like rabbits.
 

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Nice wheel. I see you favor cold steel, no titanium or scandium to be seen.
 
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