capt14k

M1917 S&W in .45ACP

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Brought this one back to its original glory. Made 1918 U.S Property and Flaming Bomb marked. All matching likely refinished and reissued for WWII. Lanyard is original 1918. Lanyard loop also original. Grips I went repro solid walnut that look original. Originals cost nearly what I paid for the revolver. Also got an original ammo pouch with original ammo and half moonclips. Haven't fired it yet but I will.

 

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WOW! I am jealous capt14k! Don't listen to Ray Ray! The laser would destroy the essence of this beauty! Not to mention the fact that Ray did not really mean it as no laser was ever made for that gun, nor will it ever be!:)

 

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Agree with Ray Ray, get the laser.  

And a rope.  Everyone needs a rope...

 

I have the rope. It's called a lanyard. No lasers would go anywhere near this or any of my handguns.

 

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2 hours ago, capt14k said:

No lasers would go anywhere near this or any of my handguns.

Obviously, you are not in the know.  Lasers belong on all guns. Everybody knows dat.

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Obviously, you are not in the know.  Lasers belong on all guns. Everybody knows dat.
If you argument about lasers is they look stupid on some firearms I can agree with that. I just couldn't agree they were always bad.

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6 hours ago, capt14k said:

If you argument about lasers is they look stupid on some firearms I can agree with that. I just couldn't agree they were always bad.

It was a joke 

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