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post #1 of 9 Old 02-10-2010, 07:45 PM Thread Starter
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Picked up a S&W 686 & a Rem 1100

A friend of mine is going through a divorce and is selling all his guns I bought the 686 and the 1100 off him Ill post picks of the 1100 later
here are a few of the 686






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post #2 of 9 Old 02-10-2010, 08:27 PM
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Wow that's a nice piece. Great condition as well.
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WOW very nice .

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Nice...but....

Its loaded, with something resting on the trigger to hold the gun up and its pointing at the camera. Someone needs weapons safety classes again!!!

Nice looking revolver though

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Nice...but....

Its loaded, with something resting on the trigger to hold the gun up and its pointing at the camera. Someone needs weapons safety classes again!!!

Nice looking revolver though
If you look it only has the shell on the triger with the cylinder loaded and oppen, not to mention I had thd the right side un loaded so had the action of moved it would have fallen on an empty cylinder. Thanks for your concern but someone needs to look at the picks better befor posting lol. thanks for the complement

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Great lookin 686. The grips look nice also.
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Very nice! I just picked up a 586. Love the S&W magnums!
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Have the Model 10-6 K frame, blued. Very nice shooting revolver. You will be happy with that nice chromed gem you have. Going to shoot .38 specials or .357?

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Have the Model 10-6 K frame, blued. Very nice shooting revolver. You will be happy with that nice chromed gem you have. Going to shoot .38 specials or .357?
I have been shooting 38's in her because I have a ton of reloads I need to go through, but Im slowley stocking up on 357

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