My Smith & Wesson Collection
I know it's supposed to be handguns only, but....
3000 Waterfowler 12 Gauge
Sigma SW9VE 9mm
Model 586 357 Mag
Model 30 32 S&W Long
Model 686 357 Mag
Sigma SW9VE 9mm
Here's my M5906, made in '95 and kept new in a police armory until I bought it last year in unfired condition for $345. Love these pre-plastimatic Smiths.I have had six of them.
This was a wedding present from my wife in 1972. A square butt, four inch Model 34. Uncannily accurate.
I carried this Model 19-2 from 1965 - 1971. It's now my wife's gun.....matter of fact it always has been :mrgreen:
Hard to believe they don't make them like this any more.
Just got my S&W 686 CS-3... I'm sooo happy with it. Here's the beauty!
Here is the CS-1 in 3 inch. 686 no dash 2M stamp. Beadblasted finish. Only 1500 still in circulation. Janet Reno had 1500 destroyed. :smt076
Definitely fits the "if I could have only one gun" category.
Common everyday S&W 642-2 with CT 405 grips.
Fenix L1T V2.0 LED Flashlight, Gerber Fast Draw, Speer 135 grain for short barrel.
First run model 67 from 1972
M-60 Pre lock days.
Buffalo Bore Standard Pressure Soft Cast
First Hand gun can't wait to get to the range!!!!!!!!!
I can happily say I picked up my new-to-me revolver this weekend after the paperwork drill here. It's a S&W 686-3, 6-inch barrel, with Goncalo Alves grips. I don't think this has had more than 3 or four boxes put through it. Condition is excellent + .
I stumbled across this revolver on the interwebs, while daydreaming on some of the C&R websites I used to check regularly. It's almost embarrassing to say I got this for $395 plus fees. I saw one in not as nice condition at the Silverado gun show this weekend for $700. Woot Woot!
S&W 4516 duty gun - carried for 6 years
S&W 5906 concealed carry for years
S&W 66-4 bought 5 days ago - I haven't even shot it yet :anim_lol:
Probably my most favorite handgun in my collection is this K-38 Combat Masterpiece .38 Special w/ 4" barrel. Manufactured around 1952, it was my great-uncle's police service revolver that he gave to my father in the mid 60s. This is the gun I grew up learning to shoot with. When my father passed away in '04, my mother gave it to me. It is an incredibly smooth and accurate shooting pistol. My father stored it in a leather holster for 40+ years, so the finish shows some defects, but I am going to keep it just like it is and enjoy it!!
Just got these "Days Gone By" Sambar Stag stocks for this favorite .22
Thought I'd add mine to the big gallery;
Don't have a lot of info on this... I think it's pre-1945 because of the markings in the cylinder area... 5-digit number instead of a model number. Lovely little gun though!