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Trio of 3” Combat Magnums


MaineMan2
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I originally bought a 3” S&W Model 66-4 new around 1990. Had no idea it was a limited production run - I just loved the balance and feel of the gun. Fast forward 25 years.  My daughter moves out to LA and suggests that she’d like to be able to protect herself. Of course?  What gun would you like?  Oh that really nice revolver. Ugh… but of course I gave it to her. After a couple months my quest for a replacement went into high gear and I eventually paid up for another 66-4. Apparently my illness went into remission but came back this year as you will see below.

Model 66-2

Model 66-3

Model 66-4 (second one)

 

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I do have the nice wood stocks for the 66-4 but the Hogue Bantams are great for shooting and this is NOT a safe Queen. 

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2 hours ago, MaineMan2 said:

Then you might like this 4” Model 66 (no dash) too…

 

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My dad has that model, was the first handgun I ever shot and the gun I killed my first hog with as a teenager. 

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