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Well it finally came in a few weeks ago but I haven’t had time to take pictures or get it to the range yet. But is sure is pretty......


I was looking at revolvers for a long time and couldn’t figure out what I wanted. Thanks to the help on this forum I came up with a list of the things I wanted, tapered underlug(just for looks), 6-shot, 4” barrel, smooth trigger and that landed me on the Smith and Wesson 686 SSR


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