A Nurse with a Gun

Sunday, September 16, 2007

Military & Police Anthology

Click to enlargeI'm going to lighten the blog mood a bit again. Here's a slew of M&P iron.

First revolver is a Model of 1899.

Next is a Depression era Model of 1905 4th change.

Center is a Victory Model.

Then a Transitional M&P.

Finally, a Model 10-5.

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4 Comments:

Blogger Cliff_1911A1 said...

Certainly some of the best of Smith & Wesson's finely crafted revolvers... thanks for sharing these with us!

10:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i'm probably marking myself as an incurable semiauto bigot, but they all look pretty much the same to me.

i wouldn't turn down a bodyguard snubby in .38 special, mind, but if i had one then the shrouded hammer would be the only way for me to tell it apart from any other snubby wheelgun.

9:04 AM  
Blogger SpeakerTweaker said...

WOW, those are nice!

Being a fledgling in the world of Smith revolvers, forgive me. But, is that some sort of grip safety on the 10-5? How's it work?



tweaker

12:55 PM  
Blogger Xavier said...

That is a grip adapter called a Tyler T, tweaker. It basically fills the space to help the grip fit a larger hand. They were very popular with cops back then.

2:46 PM  

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