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All 38 Special, 1941 OM Target, 1951 OM Special, 1961 OM Match.
Any one of them will make any shooter look good on target.
I'm practicing learning to post pictures, I need to figure out how to size them more appropriately.
 

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All 38 Special, 1941 OM Target, 1951 OM Special, 1961 OM Match.
Any one of them will make any shooter look good on target.
I'm practicing learning to post pictures, I need to figure out how to size them more appropriately.
Good job on the pics. Just click on the pic. It makes it bigger.
I love those grips!!!
 

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The stocks on the top one are custom made for a previous owner, they were on the gun when I got it, I love them.
The second ones are target style, I bought them at a gun show, can't remember the brand, not in business since about 1980, or so I was told.
The bottom set is Herrett Shooting Stars. I like them all and they all fit me very well.
 

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I know it's kinda personal, but how many Colts do you own? :D I think Colt makes great revolvers, and wish I had never sold my Detective Special....
 

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I really don't know off hand just how many Colts I have. They range in age from 1907 to the late 90's, only one single action, the Bisley and only one semi-auto a LWE Commander in 45. They are all in the insurance inventory. I'm just learning how to take and post pictures and the Colts were the first choice I made to practice with. I'll get to the Rugers and Smiffs eventually. I'm using this thread to practice on until I get to my Tauri.
 

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You are doing a good job on the photos. I need to learn how also. Nice to see there is someone else that does not keep count on guns and things. Old man told me as a kid he would rather shoot em as count em. He was more often right than wrong. These and the 32/20's on the other post are nice. You take good care of your guns.
 

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I'm going to try and post pics of all of them in family groups by cartridge or model. I need the practice. BBGun coached me on how to get the pics on this forum. He is an exceptional coach, even from over a thousand miles and one time zone separation. PM him, he won't mind, I'm sure.
 
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Now, THAT is gun porn!
Beautiful!
 

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I really don't know off hand just how many Colts I have. They range in age from 1907 to the late 90's, only one single action, the Bisley and only one semi-auto a LWE Commander in 45. They are all in the insurance inventory. I'm just learning how to take and post pictures and the Colts were the first choice I made to practice with. I'll get to the Rugers and Smiffs eventually. I'm using this thread to practice on until I get to my Tauri.
Well, I am a big fan of Colts, so thanks for posting those first! :D However, that doesn't mean I will complain when you post the Ruger and Smith revolvers! :D
 

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Nice family ....
 
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