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These old ones work so well and are so easy to hit on target. It is lettered to 1-31-1957.

I also fired my old Winchester Model 94 (from 1950). That is in a different thread from today.

 

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Very Sweet! That revolver looks unfired...............nice!
 
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WOW, two stunningly beautiful guns in the same thread, especially noting they they are totally different in design, and purpose.
Thanks for sharing these with us.
 
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Beautiful examples of some fine firearms. Glad you got out and enjoyed some range time.
 

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I just did notice some cosmetic issues behind rear of the hammer on Win #2. I bought it new so the problem was due to me. A bit of a rust formed in a very small area behind the hammer and near near the wood stock.

I hit it with my trusted kit of blue restoration and more polishing coming with Renaissance wax. I'll get it sorted out.

 

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Thanks guys.

I got to fire my oldest S&W pre-27 this week. I did .38 Spec instead of .357 Mag because my .357 inventory is low (500+ rounds of .38 Spec). It is lettered and shipped 7-6-1951 (I got the box):

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I also fired my 2017 S&W Shield 9 (it's 66 years younger). I still like it today. I did a trade when the guy offered 100 rounds of 9mm in the trade. Why not shoot some of it?

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And some of my friends say that they are bored by being in lockdown?
 
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