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I am a new 73 years old member. I retired from the US Navy in 1991 and worked as an engineer after that. I am now retired and my #1 hobby is guns. I have a Harrison lathe and a Bridgeport milling machine so I do a little gun work for myself. I recently procured a few S&W revolvers and now I am trying to learn about what I have. I will now be asking a lot of questions.
 

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Welcome from the Texas Panhandle.
 

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Hello and welcome to the forum from NW Pennsylvania! We love pics so don't be shy about posting them, especially the gun pics.:) Great people and good info here!
 

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Welcome from Illinois!
 

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Welcome to the forum from West Tennessee. Glad you are here. Thanks for your service. I promise you we will help you buy more Smith &Wessons. We like pictures.
 

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welcome01 to the forum.
 

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Greetings mate, and we are "piping" you aboard...

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Welcome from NE Georgia. You are never too late or old to join in.
 

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Welcome to the forum. Congratulations on retirement and thank you for serving.

Let us know where you're located in your profile. I'm in the Raleigh area.

You need to get a copy of Jerry Kuhnhausen's shop manual for Smith and Wesson revolvers. It has a wealth of information on the design, maintenance and gunsmith approaches for these fine revolvers.

Here's a reference: https://www.amazon.com/Revolver-Shop-Manual-Covers-Actions/dp/B000MRFUWY
 
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