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Just a favorite pic of mine. Looks all artsy fartsy...But in truth, the camera was inside in the AC and the outside was hot and humid. When I set the guns up for the pic, I went back inside for the camera. The lens must have fogged up around the edges and gave the pic that softened look at the perimeter... Totally unplanned. But by accident ~ one of my favorite pics.... :)




Anybody else got a pic of a favorite that just turned out right, inspite of yourself... :lol:

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This was my first real attempt at getting good shots of one of my Smiths. I still have not been able to match the way the sunlight hit the gun, so therefore it is my favorite. Too bad I left the date stamp and the prop rod is upside down. :roll:

 

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I don't know if this is exactly my favorite picture, but it certainly came out differently than what I thought it would. It's my step-daughter's Model 66 and I was snapping off a quick shot on the back of a bound book and this is the result. I won't complain, most of my pictures come out like cave drawings!

 

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Really one of my favorite pics.
The M 631 is long gone, but it was a beautiful gun! kfjdrfirii
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This M-27-2 is another 'graduate' from my good ol' safe. From the days when I tried to own every nickel gun Smith & Wesson ever made! :lol:
 

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Here is one of my non-Smith pics that I like


And one of my grandfather's Colt
 

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Here's a couple I like....

I took this one.... my son DJ and his Marlin 336 ER .356



A couple of Red Necks I know pretty well....





A couple of Red Necks I know very well....



A snapshot of the best gun in my collection, taken by my Pal and Super Photographer, Micheal Stern....





 

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Giz, wish I had a better picture, but even my accidents look like accidents. I do admire your New Service Fitz, that is about as lethal looking as any handgun I can think of.

Nothing special about the 1917 S&W I'm posting, except the stoy behind it. My new wife that Christmas of "74", we'd been married in November, knew I had been haunting all of the gunshops in vain trying to find a 1917 Smith. She found one on her own and had placed it in the bottom of a big box of goodies wrapped under the Christmas tree. Surprised? - Stunned is a better word, that Christmas morning. She has been doing a pretty good job of surprising me on Christmas since.

The campaign hat is also a true veteran of world war one also.
 
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