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    Quote Originally Posted by Demonio View Post
    Strange post. Getting upset at Holly's response was odd.
    Odd enough to make me LOL!!

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    Get rid of the holster? Seriously? The holster is likely worth a C note or 2. That is a beautiful, vintage piece of leather you have there. Bob nailed the gun I think, early 50s M&P. Give up the first 3 numbers of the SN and I probably can get a bit closer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redtail View Post
    Get rid of the holster? Seriously?...
    Yes, in terms of function, and of safety in carrying.
    Also, the holster is compromised by having been butchered by someone.
    And it isn't that old.

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    Watch any old B&W movie from the '30's through the '60's and you will see this revolver (probably with a 4" barrel, though). It's been in wide circulation since 1899 and a more modern version of it is still sold today, as the Model 10. I have an early '60's model that is a really sweet shooter and still a beautiful handgun. There are too many around for it to be really valuable, but it's definitely a classic and a real pleasure to shoot.

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    I was thinking model 10 also.During my term in A.F. we carried smith n wesson with 4 inch barrel in 38 sp w/ball ammo.At shift we would be given two strps w/6 rounds and 6 loose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Wright View Post
    Steve M1911A1,

    I will disagree with you on covering that trigger. I prefer my trigger well clear of leather, and no "safety strap" as this:



    This has been my daily rig for over a year now.

    Bob Wright
    Nice!!!!

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    From another AF veteran,,,

    During my term in A.F. we carried smith n wesson with 4 inch barrel in 38 sp w/ball ammo.
    The duty pistol of the USAF was a S&W Model 15 Combat Masterpiece,,,
    The main difference in that and this gun was a ramp front sight and adjustable rear sights.



    I know exactly what the OP's revolver is,,,
    I'm looking at a picture of it in one of my S&W books.

    But his response to Holly's nice post was rude and socially unacceptable,,,
    He can now do his own danged research as far as I am concerned.

    Aarond

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    Quote Originally Posted by aarondhgraham View Post
    I know exactly what the OP's revolver is,,,
    I'm looking at a picture of it in one of my S&W books.

    But his response to Holly's nice post was rude and socially unacceptable,,,
    He can now do his own danged research as far as I am concerned.

    Aarond

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    Model 10. I will buy it! PM me

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