Carried my Rossi 68 3" today.
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    Carried my Rossi 68 3" today.

    I rarely shoot this gun and never carry it, but just had the urge since I have a paddle holster that fits it and nothing else I have. The gun carries well and shoots better. It's well made and finished and was new in 1981. It only has 2 or 300 rounds through it as I'd bought it for my step dad to keep him from getting my grandpa's M10 Smith when he passed. I graced it with a pair of faux mother of pearl grips.

    I guess I have too many carry choices.
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    She's purdy! I'd take that one to the dance.
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    Thats a nice...but I want to see the SMITH!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by NativeTexan View Post
    I guess I have too many carry choices.
    You're not making any sense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by czechbikr View Post
    thats a nice...but i want to see the smith!!
    gun snob!!!!!!!
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    Very very Nice! Those grips really dress it up and give it sort of a 1920's look.
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    El pistolero

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwc007 View Post
    Very very Nice! Those grips really dress it up and give it sort of a 1920's look.
    Gen. Patton might not agree.


    But I do. They look good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostHorse View Post
    You're not making any sense.
    Ya know, I was thinking the same thing. Do we need to call a doctor?
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