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My ugly old S&W Airweight.

Discussion in 'The Snubbie Club' started by Two Guns, Jul 24, 2011.


  1. Two Guns

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    This was an Airweight with a bobbed hammer that I have had and carried for years.But I decided to put a hammer on it today with a short spur so I could shoot it single action as well as double action.It still does look just as ugly as before.But it is a trusted friend.
     

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  2. Chup

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    I like it. I had a Pree model. 37 flat latch. I really liked but, my Mom liked it so I gave it to her. It was kind of beat from the Officer who carried it but it worked.
     

  3. 1 old 0311

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    LOVE the Airweights, but I prefer a shrouded hammer.
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  4. Joshhtn

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    Nice!... Not ugly at all! Good looking gun!
     
  5. pennlineman

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    That gun is no where near ugly. Congrats on your new S&W!
     
  6. SuperSleuth

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    I agree with the others...that is not an ugly gun. Very nice.
     
  7. HotRoderX

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    :crying:How can you call it ugly. It screams personality very nice looking piece
     
  8. Dr.Midnight

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    It's not ugly to me. I look at most of the pictures on here, and it looks like the gun was taken out of the box, photographed, then put away. I like a gun with a little character, and in my opinion, nothing ages as gracefully as a revolver does.

    I have a 642 that's starting to show that's it's been around the block a time or two, but I wouldn't trade it for anything.
     
  9. Kapuna

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    I have friends like that too...
    They are always there when I need them...
     
  10. G27Chief

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    You have filled my heart with desire!:wavey: