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    aarondhgraham is offline Member
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    Finally, the set is complete,,,

    I have a friend who has a cased set of four S&W revolvers,,,
    I liked it so much I decided to get the same guns,,,
    But I wanted them in stainless steel.

    I call them "The Harem"



    6" Model 629, N-frame in .44 Magnum = Jezebel
    6" Model 686, L-frame in .357 Magnum = Brighid
    4" Model 67, K-frame in .38 Special = Morgana
    4" Model 63, J-frame in .22 LR = Lilith

    I'll make a good wooden range case for them someday,,,
    Right now I transport them in an old briefcase filled with foam.

    Lots of oohing and aahing when I took them out to the range last weekend.

    I shoot them all,,,
    But my fav is Morgana,,,
    .38 Special is a great cartridge.

    Aarond

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    I like using cooler cases for transporting guns and cameras. It looks more innocuous and I think it would be less likely to be stolen.

    Handsome guns.

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    Very nice.

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    nice....

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    Nice set,Now time for number two set up. Off the work we go.

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    aarondhgraham, great collection, you've got all the bases covered with this set!

    Quote Originally Posted by Packard View Post
    I like using cooler cases for transporting guns and cameras. It looks more innocuous and I think it would be less likely to be stolen.
    Clever idea. If you've got any photos, I'd love to see them. PM, or maybe start a thread on the subject?
    "Placement is power" -- seen in an article by Stephen A. Camp
    (RIP, Mr. Camp; you will be remembered, and missed)

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    AaaronD just out of curiosity what did this whole set end up costing you so far?

    and Packard I agree I'd love to see some pictures of your cooler gun case.

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    aarondhgraham is offline Member
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    Hello Gunners_Mate,,,

    With judicious shopping at the Evil Pawn Shop and GunBroker,,,
    The average price for the four handguns was $456.25,,,
    The 686 was the most expensive, then the 63,,,
    Oddly enough the 629 was the cheapest,,,
    Total price came to $1,825.00.

    Aarond

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