That's exactly what I started with. I quickly purchased a S&W model 15 and also switched ammo. (and didn't get caught) Served me well until we went to a S&W 5906.S&W model 10 4” BBL 158 gr round nose lead ammo.
Well police work don’t pay well in 2023, but the job is not noting.a pair? Police work didnt pay worth a damn back then either!!
And if you put that SSIII in a box in your closet for 25 years and finally go back to look at it, it may just look like this:SW 5906 held close in an SSIII holster. I think I still have nerve damage from my elbow hitting the backstrap and a callous on my middle finger from the holster strap.
Safariland holsters still do that and it doesn't take 25 years for it to happenAnd if you put that SSIII in a box in your closet for 25 years and finally go back to look at it, it may just look like this:
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Not many things in life are somehow both dry & flaky at the same time as they are also a little sticky. Not sure what in the world happened to this old friend. 😱
3” S&W 686 .357 loaded with 158 gr +P+ Federal Hydra Shoks.My first duty issued firearm was a trusty Smith & Wesson 6906.Mid 1990's. Loved that thing. Could crack open coconuts with it. View attachment 1161864
I’m not saying Dragoon is old, but back when he was a rookie the Dead Sea was only sick…A 1911 was my first gun
I had you figured for a flintlock, but I guess they hadn’t invented black powder yet.
Dragoon is not Old, he is just aged, and experienced. I would bet the guy know what Matchlock Pistol is.👀I’m not saying Dragoon is old, but back when he was a rookie the Dead Sea was only sick…
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Same here. EOD 1989.S&W model 65 .357. Issued ammo was .38 +P+ 110 grain semi-jacketed hollow point.
when we got a new chief in 1981 he got rid of our old model 10 S&W and got us S&W model 65 .357Same here. EOD 1989.