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357 is a great caliber. I have 7 of them. :D

I'm not real familiar with S&W. What model is that?

Another question about the lock. In Mass does that lock need to be on it at all times?
 

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Yeah, the lock needs to be on it or it needs to be in a gunsafe at all times that it isn't in my possession.
THAT'S CRAZY! How do they expect you to use a gun when you actually need it if you’re busy getting the darn lock off?

Nice gun by the way.
 

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Well it's a great gun even if you do need to keep a lock on it. :lol:

You should move to NH. We have good gun laws here. :D
 

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looks like a 4" mdl 65. And a dang fine weapon to boot. Every mdl 64 or 65 i have tried, the fixed sights have been regulated very well from the factory.
Ruger and taurus fixed sights have been a crap shoot.................

Who's standing guard there in the background? :)
 

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Oh that's my little helper Sophie in the background :lol:

I honestly don't know the model#...
Shoots straight, and the wife loves shooting .38 special with it.
The gunlock isn't always on it. I typically only lock it up when we're going away.
 

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You've got to get artsy fartsy with the pics. Take the lock off, maybe put some bullets next to it. :D
 

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if you swing out the cylinder and look on the frame the model number should be visable. probly a 65 dash something......

I got to take some pics of my animals----if i can get them to wake up long enough! ;)
 

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Very nice! Now you need a Ruger GP100 and a Taurus Tracker to help complement your Smith. :D
 
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