A Gallery of Great Double-Action Guns

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Smith & Wesson third Model Hand Ejector
Model 1926 .44 Special

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Classic of all Classics
S&W New Century (Triple Lock) 
.44 Special

1917 S&W .45 ACP
.45 Auto Rim

The "Pre-Magnum S&W.38-44 Heavy Duty

S&W 1950 Target .44
Special - BearHug Skeeter
Skelton grips
S&W pre-Model 29 .44
Magnum 4" with factory
Goncala Alves stocks
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S& pre-Model 28 factory nickle  .357 Highway Patrolman S&W Model 28 .357 
converted to .44 Special with 1950
barrel & bead
blast finish.
S&W Model 624 .44 Special with ivory stock scrimshawed by Miss Twyla S&W M25-5 .45 Colt with
BluMagnum Skeeter
Skelton stocks
S&W M57 .41 Magnum
with exotic stocks by
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Matched pair of S&W nickel M29 .44 Magnum, stag stocks "dehorned" by Dave Lauck Best Peace Officer's sixgun ever?  S&W's Combat Magnum nickle with BluMagnum Skeeter Skelton stocks Pocket Rocket - S&W Cheif's Special, tuned by Teddy Jacobsen,
stocked by Rod Herrett
Before the .45 ACP Mtn. Gun was the S&W Springfield Armory Commemorative .45 ACP -  Hogue stocks. Colt Anaconda .45 Colt tuned and polished by Teddy Jacobsen, stocked by Bear Hug
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Ruger Redhawk .44 Magnum cut to 4", Power Custom front sight, round-butted. Colt New Service .44 Special totally rebuilt by Milt Morrison Colt Anaconda .44 Magnum with Eagle grips. Tack-Driver I
Colt Python 8" .357 with Kingwood stocks by Bear Hug
Slick as Glass Sadowski-tuned Python 6" .357   Maple stocks by Bear Hug