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    Posted: 01 September 2008 at 8:34pm
Shot up some bowling pins today, took some pics, been so busy with the car this year this was the first time this summer I'd shot. I didn't shoot either of the S&W's today though. Did put half a box through the Taurus though. I've kind of got a thing for revolvers.

Taurus .357 Magnum



Smith & Wesson .357 Magnum



Top to bottom, S&W .357 Mag, S&W .38 Special, Taurus .357 Mag,




Lets see your revolvers, and if you don't have any, post up some pics of ones you like.








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As for which ones I like, I'd kill for this right here. A LeMat.
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I really dislike revolvers. I don't know what it is about them. I don't care for the feel. I like having more than six rounds. They take longer to load unless you have full moons, granted it probably takes even longer to load a magazine for a pistol, but whatever. And I'm just not too keen on the looks. The only one I own is a little snub nose .38 special, and it is burried somewhere in the depths of my house, probably never to be seen again.
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Man, I bet that .357 snub kicks like a mule...


And revolvers > autos.
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My cousin owns this:

it's fun

 

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Pics of bowling pins?

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Sully,the judge is bad ass.

Also detrev, I'll have to take a pic of our black powder revolver some time.

Still working on getting this bad boy for myself. <--Link


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it is burried somewhere in the depths of my house, probably never to be seen again.


I think this is actually the opposite of responsible gun ownership.

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Robo, I'll see what I can do. We weren't shooting hollow points so they didn't explode like the usually do. I did put a few rounds into them with the AK though

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Also detrev, as long as you get a heavy gun, barrel length isn't a big issue. Weight really helps reduce recoil,

I was shooting one of these today as well, it probably kicked more than the rest being a lightweight sub compact 9MM, sucker has some pop,





Holy giant image batman, fixed that one.






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some random brand .22
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No idea what type but it was free and not hot.



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ooooo you could put your eye out with that one
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Originally posted by agentwhale007 agentwhale007 wrote:

Originally posted by karll karll wrote:

it is burried somewhere in the depths of my house, probably never to be seen again.


I think this is actually the opposite of responsible gun ownership.



I hear the best hiding spot is in you vegetable crisper.
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I'm not a big fan of revolvers, but I do have this one. It belonged to my grandfather. I inherited it when he died. It's a Smith & Wesson Model 66, .357 Mag.


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Originally posted by choopie911 choopie911 wrote:

Originally posted by agentwhale007 agentwhale007 wrote:

Originally posted by karll karll wrote:

it is burried somewhere in the depths of my house, probably never to be seen again.


I think this is actually the opposite of responsible gun ownership.



I hear the best hiding spot is in you vegetable crisper.


no.. child's crib for sure.
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Originally posted by Ozwarg Ozwarg wrote:


Originally posted by choopie911 choopie911 wrote:

Originally posted by agentwhale007 agentwhale007 wrote:

Originally posted by karll karll wrote:

it is burried somewhere in the depths of my house, probably never to be seen again.


I think this is actually the opposite of responsible gun ownership.



I hear the best hiding spot is in you vegetable crisper.
no.. child's crib for sure.



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