Well, that’s pretty Nifty. . . Certainly not the first S&W Revolver made famous by Starring alongside Mr Eastwood ๐Ÿ˜‰ one of 444 ordered by Lew Horton Dist in 1999, 627-PC- Karl


  1. Yeah, it seems like there isnโ€™t much sense in going smaller than 3โ€ on the barrels but I donโ€™t know much about revolvers except that the ones I actually like are always expensive and seem to be colts or more often smiths or rugers with 3-4โ€ barrels.

  2. WWW, you and me both.
    I had an early SP101 with a 2.5 inch barrel that only like hot loads (.38’s made patterns, not groups) which I traded for a detonics after firing it once at dusk.
    The fireball was the size of a basketball and I was night blind for a few seconds.
    Not acceptable.

  3. Revolvers with >6 chambers were a hot ticket in the gun rags when I first started reading them in the late 90s. Seems like a good idea. Anybody know why they went the way of the flintlock?


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