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gunsmoke92 08-23-2012 22:52

New to me S&W model 49
 
Short and sweet, I've got a nice new to me S&W model 49. It came with Goodyears, but thanks to a member of another forum, it now wears a beautiful set of wood grips.

Pics anyone? Here you go.

http://i55.photobucket.com/albums/g1...moke92/002.jpg

No, that's not rust, just a reflection from the bathroom I used as a studio.

http://i55.photobucket.com/albums/g1...moke92/001.jpg

http://i55.photobucket.com/albums/g1...moke92/012.jpg

http://i55.photobucket.com/albums/g1...moke92/010.jpg

Drops easily in a pocket for discreet carry.

Travclem 08-24-2012 10:45

Nice! I like the old Js. I have a 642, 36, and 60.

countrygun 08-24-2012 11:58

It was one of my favorite guns. Mine got stolen in a burglary and recovered but needs a trip back for refininshing

ca survivor 08-25-2012 06:38

very nice, those Js are great.

Shootinbil 08-25-2012 13:10

Very nice. I have one also. Great gun to shoot and carry.

Berto 08-28-2012 15:02

Good revolver.

http://img35.imageshack.us/img35/526...dkitgun006.jpg

gunsmoke92 08-28-2012 19:05

Quote:

Originally Posted by Berto (Post 19358887)

Berto, how do you like your T grip? My49 shoots well as is, but I'm considering one.

PS... Where in Washington are you?

Berto 08-28-2012 22:21

I gotta have the T grips, they really seem to fill out the front strap for DA shooting.
I'm just north of Seattle, in Kirkland.

On the K and J frames, I've really come to love the Tyler inserts, though I like the Hogue wood grips too if I have the desire to dress up the gun.

countrygun 08-28-2012 22:56

Quote:

Originally Posted by Berto (Post 19360785)
I gotta have the T grips, they really seem to fill out the front strap for DA shooting.
I'm just north of Seattle, in Kirkland.

On the K and J frames, I've really come to love the Tyler inserts, though I like the Hogue wood grips too if I have the desire to dress up the gun.



I started putting "T-grips" on everything I could a long time ago.

gunsmoke92 08-29-2012 19:13

Quote:

Originally Posted by Berto (Post 19360785)
I gotta have the T grips, they really seem to fill out the front strap for DA shooting.
I'm just north of Seattle, in Kirkland.

I think I'll order one up and give it try, if I don't like it, I'm sure I can sell it. No harm no foul.

Born and raised in the Yakima area, lived on Whidbey Island for a while, and Ft. Lewis a lot. I sure miss the home State.

DFin 08-30-2012 14:09

I bought a model 60 long ago. Everytime the hammer jabs me in the stomach or gets caught on clothing I regret not getting a 649.

Berto 08-30-2012 14:34

Quote:

Originally Posted by gunsmoke92 (Post 19363597)
I think I'll order one up and give it try, if I don't like it, I'm sure I can sell it. No harm no foul.

Born and raised in the Yakima area, lived on Whidbey Island for a while, and Ft. Lewis a lot. I sure miss the home State.


I miss WA too, it's overrun by CA politics. Hopefully these elections will bring WA back.:supergrin:

I used to hunt elk in the Bethel Ridge Natchez area, nice country.:wavey:

Definitely try the Tylers, I have them on my DAO K frame (mod 64 NY1), Colt OM/T, mod 49 and model 10-7 skinny.

bac1023 09-13-2012 16:03

Very nice

Congrats! :cool:


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