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In many cases, we've seen em before (once upon a time you and I already posted these pictures) butt "Gun Porn" can be viewed & appreciated over 'n over again. More specifically, we've also done N-Frame strings before, however can we ever really get too much of a good thing......?!?! Politics and world events are important, yet I love revolvers. 2A considerations have a direct influence on our hobby, still I can't get enough about wheelies. Jokes can make us smile & lighten our mood and I still gotz to see handguns...................

I wanna see em some more.......Let's flash our N-Frames........!!!!

I'll start out with a few .357's, Model 27's.

Nickel 3 1/2 Inch 27-2 & 4 Inch 27-3.....

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Pre 27 Blue 5 Inch.....

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Nickel 27-2 6 Inch.....

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I have been lucky enough to have added 3 N frame revolvers to my humble little collection. My 4" and 6" M28-2 HP's and my model 625-8 JM .45acp.:cool:

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I don't think I put this up before either. 1916 Triplelock Target. Got a factory action job in the early 20's as it was owned by a bullseye shooter at the time.
Put 6 in the nose of the "evil clown"at 10 yds. last time I had her out with the kids. (they pick the targets) :lol:

 

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Well some pretty fine hardware posted here. N Frames are my favorites but all mine are shooters. First photo: Model 28-2, Mutt Model 57 built on a Model 58 frame, Pre 29, Model 25-2 converted to .45 Colt. Second photo: Model 627 Pro Series, Model of 1988 .45 ACP, 629 4", 625 JM. Third photo: Model 625 in .45 Colt, Fourth photo: Model 629-2
 

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My one & only N.
629 2-5/8" Perf Ctr.
If I'm in the woods, so is she.
She wears hand-saving Hogue grips now.


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Almost Invariably I'll shoot with rubber grips and change them to something better looking after I'm done shooting (often when I clean the gun). In the case of special factory stocks/grips (especially nice wood, limited production, old & well preserved, etc), I will keep them put away to be protected.

Yesiree, I agree with your logic.........."hand saving Hogue grips" do work.........and to me it's not just to absorb recoil, but with the addition of finger grooves they can also provide me a more consistent hand-hold, especially when shooting fast, double/triple taps and general rapid fire scenarios (the gun stays in place, close to the same place every time & doesn't slip around).
 
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