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So I posted a few of my GLOCKs in the GLOCK forum so I am now posting a few of my other handguns here;

First up, my Ruger 22/45 toy with a Tactical Solutions Cascade-TI (Titanium) suppressor.
Air gun Trigger Revolver Wood Gun barrel


Next up, my S&W Revolver handed down from my Grand-Father.
Revolver Air gun Wood Trigger Gun barrel
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Next, my pocket carry S&W MP 340 - 357 Mag
Revolver Air gun Trigger Wood Gun barrel


And last but certainly not least, my Kimber TLE-RL II
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Nice collection of revolvers... Thanks for posting them...

I like the S&W from your grandfather... Is that what they call a "square grip" revolver?
 

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nice looking toys. Looks like your grandfather took good care of that Smith
 

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The revolver that belonged to my Grand-Father is a model 18-3. If I'm not mistaken, it's a K frame. It may be a Combat Masterpiece but I'm not sure about that. It is in excellent shape, even though it was his carry weapon for as long as I can remember. I grew up shooting this gun and is one that I would not sell no matter what.
 

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The Combat Masterpiece is a Model 15 and .38 special. I believe it is a .357 magnum which would make it a Model 19. Both are K-frames. The M27 is an N-frame.
 
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