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My First S&W revolver is the model 360PD in .38sp I picked up at a LGS, Japanese PD issue. Put Altamont grips on it and added a BigDot Tritium front sight. A few years later I picked up my model 64-8, unmarked, from the California Correctional System. The 64 cleaned up well and I put on new grips from Thailand.

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I know I'm not the only one who has a LE turn in, so lets see what you got. Revolvers and or semi-autos

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I have a few former Police Guns. Some I carried and some I picked up along the way.

Model 27-2 former police gun from Connecticut


Model 66-2 My issued gun from 1983


66-1 from the Caldwell County NC Sheriff's Office (issued gun of the elected Sheriff)


Model 19-5 US Diplomatic Security Service


Model 13, my agency's last issued revolver


Model 342ti, personally owned carry gun


S&W Registered Magnum, carried by a Montana Deputy Sheriff


NC State Highway Patrol, Model 29-2, 50th Anniversary Commemorative


Model 27-2 Florida Highway Patrol


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I have a few former Police Guns. Some I carried and some I picked up along the way.

Model 27-2 former police gun from Connecticut


Model 66-2 My issued gun from 1983


66-1 from the Caldwell County NC Sheriff's Office (issued gun of the elected Sheriff)


Model 19-5 US Diplomatic Security Service


Model 13, my agency's last issued revolver


Model 342ti, personally owned carry gun


S&W Registered Magnum, carried by a Montana Deputy Sheriff


NC State Highway Patrol, Model 29-2, 50th Anniversary Commemorative


Model 27-2 Florida Highway Patrol


Model 1076
Great assortment of LE firearms! I must add the 66-2 I was fortunate to get which was the carry piece for a local sheriff in Mt. Jewett, PA.
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Man, you guys have some great ones! I can't really call mine a turn in as it was my dad's service revoler, a pre-10 M&P from 1950
 
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I generally avoid 'em.
The only police gun I have is a Transitional 44 issued to the Washington State Police. I think it's "Patrol". Like other WSP guns, the stamping is ground off. I wanted to complete the set of .44 models :TL, 2nd, Mod 1926, transitional, Mod. 1950, Mod. 1955.
Prolly gonna letter it and sell it. ;)

What I'd really like is a Transitional target, but they're beaucoup bucks for a nice one.
 

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Man, you guys have some great ones! I can't really call mine a turn in as it was my dad's service revoler, a pre-10 M&P from 1950
 

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I have this 28-2 that has a King County Sheriff's Department property tag/asset tag on the side of the bottom of the grip frame. Didn't know when I bought it at auction, but saw the tag the first time I took the stocks off after getting it home.
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