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This Model 60 was completed by S&W's Master Engraver, Dominqos Joaquin, in 1981. The big horn sheep inlaid in the side plate (ivory body with gold horns) is the best I have seen. The front sight was sculpted into "rolling clouds" and the young lady on the frame in front of the cylinder is DJ's trademark.

I don't intend to carry or shoot this revolver.

Bill
 

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Holy cow Doc!!! That is magnificent!! :shock:
 

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So nice...so very nice! That front sight is masterfully sculpted!

I believe that I see the profile of another gold inlay on the bottom of the trigger guard. Initials?

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xtm...You are correct. Not initials, just two colors of gold inlaid with the engraving on the bottom of the trigger guard.

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That is exquisite! Looks as if the ram is leaping out of the frame. That front sight is certainly unique as well. I've been sittin' here spellbound. It's been a while since I've taken the time to comment on one of your pics since I ran out of superlatives to describe them long ago. That one is truly a masterful creation. Thank you for sharing it.
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I really like that little beauty a lot! Simply gorgeous. You're right about the ram, amazing!
 

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I actually have had this gun in my own grubby little hands. Even though Bill takes awesome pics, they dont really do this gun justice
 

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29aholic said:
I actually have had this gun in my own grubby little hands. Even though Bill takes awesome pics, they dont really do this gun justice
I'm with Curtis, I held this gun too man its nice!
 
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