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Saw in another thread someone talking about a Dan Wesson. This is my pistol pack that I have owned since 1981. I thought I would pull it out of the safe and show it off. It is a model 15-2 in .357. I love this pistol. They are great guns and very accurate.

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Ive got the same pistol from about the same year. Wish I had the pistol pack.

The Dan Wesson was grandfathers only handgun. He was a one rifle/handgun/shotgun guy. For what it’s worth, he knew how to operate everyone of them.  I wouldn’t give any of the three up for anything now that he’s gone. It’s a solid shooter and quite the looker as well. 

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Oh, I am so sorry you own that, I tell you what, let me send you the address of my FFL and I will be happy to dispose of it for you...

 

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Disgusting! That you own that and I don't, that is. lol

Awesome. That is a thing of beauty!  

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Very nice!  I'd love to find a DW Pistol Pack.

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I had a DW 4" .357 in 1982 and had a chance to buy a pistol pak for $500 that same year.  I thought it was just too much money at the time. :wall:

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Beautiful! :drool:

Dan Wesson made outstanding revolvers. I'll never understand why they didn't sell better. :confused:

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Always wanted the Pistol Pak!  Thanks for sharing!!!

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Nice, I have a DW 357 but just the 6"barrel. Passed a DW in 44 mag, 4, 6 and 8 barrels at a shop way out in Camden. Just 1200 dollars.

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