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Old 03-09-2010, 12:02 PM
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You got your S&Ws, your 1911s, your glocks and others. How about we show off some nice double action RUGERS. Mine is a GP100 4" SS with trigger polish lighter springs, HiViz sight and a pachmayr grip Redhemi

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Old 03-12-2010, 9:12 PM
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Nice Ruger ! Any others ???
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Old 03-13-2010, 12:22 AM
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My 3 other wheel guns all single action 2 22s, 1968 3 screw,1975 NM and my shineing star a Vaquero 44 MAG
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Old 03-13-2010, 12:27 AM
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Already posted in the snubbies gallery....

My wife's new LCR with CTG

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Old 03-13-2010, 12:44 AM
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Nice LCR I like the way it looks, Redhemi
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Nothing special about mine.. but it shoots like a dream and the trigger is as smooth as glass (admittedly, didn't come this way out of the box... just needed some use). Ruger GP100 6" with Hi Viz. If there is anything I don't like about this gun... is that I wish the front blade atleast came with the red mark. The black on black is hard to see.. otherwise one of the best guns out of the box.
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Old 03-13-2010, 8:40 AM
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Nice, A 6" GP is on my list of want to get, Redhemi
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The only pic of my Redhawk is with some of his buddies:



BTW I'm lovin my Redhawk right now, hiking in Montana grizzly country this weekend, with my Redhawk in a Blackhawk Tactical shoulder holster and loaded with Garrett +P Hammerheads. Makes me feel muuuuuch better about going hiking.
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My Super Redhawk.
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Chris looks like your Redhawk is keeping some good company. bombadillo I have to say thats one SUPER Redhawk (sorry could not pass that one up), Redhemi
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My Redhawk .44 Mag.




It's soon going to be getting one of these scope bases from Jack Weigand and getting turned into a true hunting gun.

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Don't know where the double post came from, but sorry!
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OK you guys are starting to make me want to get a Redhawk now
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OK you guys are starting to make me want to get a Redhawk now
Once you do, no Model 29 will ever seem as big and as heavy as it used to.
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My Redhawk .44 Mag.
Excellent pic. What knife is that? I'm afraid to take mine outside (even in my own backyard) because the nosy neighbors might flip out. My wooden table will just have to do for now.

Ruger GP100 4" Blued w/Mepro Night Sights, Bianchi 5BH holster, HKS speedloaders, Uncle Mike's double pouches, 38SPL +P and 357 Magnum JHP I keep loaded for HD, and ST Action Pro trainer dummies.



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Excellent pic. What knife is that? I'm afraid to take mine outside (even in my own backyard) because the nosy neighbors might flip out. My wooden table will just have to do for now.
Thanks for the props on the photo. Eight foot fences all the way around and lots of trees helps keep our neighbors from monitoring each other's business.

The knife is an ancient Kabar, my dad gave it to me when I was first getting afield 40 or more years ago, I've used it as a general skinner ever since. I'm sure he'd had it for many years before that. The snap on the sheath is stamped with a Boy Scout crest, so it's doubtless something my dad had when he was a scoutmaster way back when.



And that is a very nice GP100 you have. I'm just a sucker for blued steel.
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