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  1. What model S&W is the Combat Masterpiece ?

    The distinguishing features of a Combat Masterpiece are a 4" barrel and adjustable sights. Some 2" guns are also listed. Hammers, triggers and grips may vary but it will always have the 4" barrel and adjustable sights. The original Combat Masterpiece was in .38 Special and specifically designed for Police use. Thus the Name Combat as it intended to be a fighting handgun. The .22 and .32 were also reffered to as Combat Masterpieces as they had the same features. The name Masterpiece began with the longer barreled revolvers intended for target shooting. While sometimes called Target Masterpiece models, they are commonly just called either K-22 Masterpiece, K-32 Masterpiece or K-38 Masterpiece. The .38 Special later became the Model 15, the .32 became the Model 16 and the .22 became the Model 18.
  2. AR-15 in .410

    Some years ago a dealer friend of mine ended up with a .410 AR as part of another deal. Nobody wanted it, including him. Couldn't hardly give it away. A few years passed and someone finally made him a low ball offer and he jumped on it just to get rid of the thing. It might sound cool now, but if you buy one you better intend to keep it forever.
  3. Dick's Sporting Goods anti 2nd A

    I only went to the Dick's store here once. The hunting/guns section sucked. I quickly saw that they cater to the soccer and tennis moms category. Lots of school sports stuff and pro team clothing. They know who their customer base is and it sure ain't us. One thing you can say for 'em, they live up to the name.
  4. I appreciate the offers guys, but if I buy another truck, it'll be a late model with low mileage. Besides, I've been doing some research and talking to some folks on-line and there's one more thing to try before giving up on the old girl. I really don't want to loose this truck and I really, really don't want a truck note.
  5. for-sale Savage 1907 & 1917 Pistols

    Another bump
  6. Make it worth it and I'll meet you half way.
  7. Hey Greg! Buy a couple of 'em and make the trip worthwhile.
  8. Thanks. My 15 year old truck died on me. Gonna cost more to fix than its worth. I might get about $2000 for it if I'm lucky. So I need a lot of cash for a big down payment to keep notes down to what a retired old man can afford. Hoping to get a late model used one. Anything older and you usually just end up buying somebody else's problems. Like I said: sacrifices will have to be made.
  9. New Additions! Smith & Wesson Model 38/44 heavy duty: 5" barrel. Made in 1934. This is a 38 Special built on the large N-frame. Former Police gun. The backstrap is marked "POL DEPT, LOMBARD, ILL" This is a shooter grade gun. Bore and mechanics are excellent. At some point it was nicely re-finished, But it is now showing some light holster wear on the barrel and edges. I'd rate the finish at about 90-95%. It also has incorrect grips. This is a scarce and hard to find model and would make a great addition to any collection. $600 BROWNING 1911/22: CALIBER .22lr, Excellent condition. Pint sized version of the classic 1911 for rimfire fun. 4 magazines. $450 NAVY ARMS/UBERTI SCHOFIELD: Caliber .45 Colt, 5" barrel. Very nice copy of the Smith & Wesson 1875 Schofield revolver. Excellent condition. $650
  10. I need to get a new truck, so sacrifices must be made. Looking to sell FTF in the Memphis area. No shipping. Buyers must be Tennessee residents, of legal age and willing to fill out a bill of sale. Note: these guns are also listed elsewhere. RUSSIAN MODEL 1895 NAGANT REVOLVER: 7.62X38R. Excellent condition. This is the complete package. Comes with holster, lanyard, cleaning rod, screwdriver, an extra .32acp cylinder and two boxes of ammunition. $425 SMITH & WESSON MODEL 19-4 6": .357 MAGNUM. Made in 1980. Pinned and recessed. Excellent condition with only a slight turn line. $650 FIRM. SPRINGFIELD ARMORY ULTRA-COMPACT 1911: .45ACP. Good condition, Made Dec, 1996. Now discontinued. Checkered front strap and main spring housing, extended thumb safety and Novak sights. The gun has an aftermarket finish which is showing wear from carry. Comes with 5 Wilson Combat magazines. $700 watch for more to be added later!
  11. for-sale Savage 1907 & 1917 Pistols

    Bump it up. I need to sell.
  12. Pachmayr Compac Professional grip

    Personally, I prefer the standard Packmayr Compact grip. That little pinky hold on the bottom works great on a K-frame size gun. However, I don't like them on a J-frame because they're too big and hurt concealablity. My favorite rubber grips were the old Uncle Mikes/Butler creek grips. They quit making these some time ago, but brand new ones still come up on the auction sites, e-bay or Amazon now and then. For a K-frame snubby, I really love their Boot grip. You may have to do some searching, but they are well worth it.

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