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I am totally new to revolvers.... My 686-6 is my first experience with revolvers. It is at S&W for warranty work, shooting very high.

While waiting I have been visiting postings on the forum.... I am very impressed with the knowledge out there as well as the willingness of members to give assistance.

I may also be catching the bug... ! You all are creating an interest in other S&W models and stoking the fire for future acquisitions....!
 

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I am totally new to revolvers.... My 686-6 is my first experience with revolvers. It is at S&W for warranty work, shooting very high.

While waiting I have been visiting postings on the forum.... I am very impressed with the knowledge out there as well as the willingness of members to give assistance.

I may also be catching the bug... ! You all are creating an interest in other S&W models and stoking the fire for future acquisitions....!
Lookout!!! some of the pix these guys post can lean hard on a guys wallet!! They have already cost me about $1500 and now I am on the soft lookout for a 44 special oh and maybe a 19 .. evil men and women all of them!! :)
 

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There are a variety of S&W revolvers to choose from as you know, but one must include a model 28...JMHO.

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Such fun to shoot. We look forward to you sharing future purchases with us soon.:D
 

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Thanks to all of you for the responses to my original post.....! My problem is that there are so many viable candidates for addition to my gun collection that I don't know which way to turn first...! The second problem is the wallet, which always tries to bring one back to reality...!

I don't know why it took me so long to get into revolvers but they are now my real focus. I have gone thru 15 different semi-autos and have my favorite 6 that I shoot on a regular basis...!

I now have a totally committed interest in revolvers. I like their looks, their accuracy and history..... Wish I had discovered them sooner..... I wonder which guns would be in my gun safe...!
 

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Thanks to all of you for the responses to my original post.....! My problem is that there are so many viable candidates for addition to my gun collection that I don't know which way to turn first...! The second problem is the wallet, which always tries to bring one back to reality...!

I don't know why it took me so long to get into revolvers but they are now my real focus. I have gone thru 15 different semi-autos and have my favorite 6 that I shoot on a regular basis...!

I now have a totally committed interest in revolvers. I like their looks, their accuracy and history..... Wish I had discovered them sooner..... I wonder which guns would be in my gun safe...!
I have shot and owned a lot of guns over many years .. Seems when I really need something to depend on or more importantly when I want to have some real fun at the range .. I always bring the revolvers!
 

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Nice pictures of your firearms..... I like them all....! I am especially fond of those with 4" barrels....!
 

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Wendy..... Your 686 would make a good partner with my 686 4"...! I will be on the lookout for that or something similar in the future....!
 
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