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Discussion in 'OX & Alex Forum' started by tous, Aug 27, 2011.
Not Smith 10
Isn't punk over, like, twenty years ago?
Yeah, these days the cow would have a faux hawk, several piercings and a tat or 2
"21-50 to headquarters."
Well if you'll notice the pierced ear and it's probable there's a tattoo brand there somewhere
1-Adam-12 respond to alarm...
See the man
3rd Gen Smith & Wesson goodness!
Good thing most folk don't know about them.
More for the rest of us at reasonable prices.
I got 3. Most I payed for any of them was 350. Average: 300
1 was almost certainly unfired, 1 was like new, and one was roadkill. But even the roadkill one shoots great! And has had zero malfunctions since I replaced the pro-mag it came with. And by replaced, I mean I chucked it in a holler
<---Smith and Wesson Kool Aid guzzler
Smith 10 and da Bullman are Snoopy dancing as they read this.
<--- has 1006, 4506
<--- has a 645
<--- always looking for more
<--- really wants a 4505
<---deliberatley left out the calibers and model numbers
<---has eyes peeled for a 4006 and a steel frame 45
<---thinks 3rd gens what gots a number "4" in the caliber should oughta done has a steel frame
I totally agree.
Pistols should not be made of aluminum alloy.
I have cast iron skillets and Dutch ovens and I prefer the same in my hand guns
<--- confesses to owing and toting a Smith and Wesson 37-3
I liked my 37 before I let it escape. I DONT like my Model 38.
<---has lots of alloy frames
I likes my hammers exposed and nekkid!