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Fat & Heavy High Horsepower Snubs S&W and Colt (pics)

Discussion in 'The Snubbie Club' started by Cocked & Locked, Nov 11, 2009.

  1. FM12

    FM12 I need AMMO!

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    Heavy drool here. Have to stick with my lightweight old Model Colt Cobra in .38 spl. for now.

    Need me one of them M-66 with 2.5 bbl in .357.
     
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  2. Cocked & Locked

    Cocked & Locked Looong Slider

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    Here's some pics of some of the same and some different fat'n heavy wheel guns pics. Looking back thru the thread it looks like I've deleted some pics.

    S&W 627-PC 8-shot .357 magnum
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    S&W 629-5 .44 magnum
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    S&W 27-2 .357 magnum
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    S&W 1917 .45 ACP (not a snub) :dunno:
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    Colt 1917 US Property .45 ACP
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  3. Mushinto

    Mushinto Master Member

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    Behold the S&W Jovino Effector in .45 Colt:

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  4. WhiteCoyote

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    Customized by Mag-Na-Port. S&W model 657.
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  5. 540mope

    540mope

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    that's some very nice stuff posted!!!!

    i would miss it too. here's one

    top row..686-4, 66-2
    center...19-6
    bottom...686 CS-1, 66-4

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    1 old 0311

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    L-O-V-E the 'wheelies.'
     
  7. Thick45

    Thick45

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    Not a 'great' photo...and perhaps not 'high horsepower'...but this is my S&W Model 10 Snub Nose in a wet molded pancake...along with a spare speedloader.....EXTREMELY COMFORTABLE for all day wear....
     

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  8. WhiteCoyote

    WhiteCoyote

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    S&W 1917 D.A. .45acp was rebuilt by Dave Sams, and refinished by Mag-Na-Port.
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  9. G27Chief

    G27Chief Lifetime Member

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    :supergrin: OH YEAH!
     
  10. Rex G

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    Not a Colt or S&W, but my 3" GP100, in my avatar at left, is quite heavy and powerful. Yes, those are factory adjustable sights on a 3" GP100.

    My new-to-me Super Redhawk Alaskan fits the description even better, but I don't have a photo, and if I did, I don't know how to use this iPad to work with pics.
     
  11. HotRoderX

    HotRoderX Gen4 BETATester

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    Wow so awesome looks revolvers in this thread
     
  12. Rex G

    Rex G

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    Mushinto, that Effector brings back memories for me! I had a 25-2 Effector, in .45 ACP. Hard times in the mid-1980s, however, saw most of my firearms go away.
     
  13. Mushinto

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    Been there, done that. It gets better, and then you can try to buy them back -- lots of fun trying. :supergrin:
     
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    Here are my Model 60's, 66's, Bodyguards, and the 'HOLY GRAIL' a 686 CS-1:cool:
     
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    Lobo Who farted??

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    29 3", .44 magnum

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    65-3, 3", .357 magnum

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    66-2, 2 1/2", .357 magnum

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  18. WhiteCoyote

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    Back in the 70's Mag-Na-Port made a custom conversion revolver from a Charter Arms BullDog.
    They called it the "Backpacker".
    Some of the things that were done to it was the barrel shortened to 1.75", barrel porting, eliminate the front sight,
    bobbed hammer, hard chrome finish, and trigger job.
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