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  5. About those SpeedStrips…I have had the same problem. You just can’t find ’em when you want to buy ’em. Gunstores, box outdoor stores, small gunshops, police supply, no one had them. When I did find them (police supply store in Anchorage), I bought five packages.
    If they are that popular, you’d think that Bianchi would put ’em out a bit faster.

  6. Thanks for posting those great pics!

    Some of us old-timers still think there’s a place for revolvers in this semi-auto world.

    And the 4″ Model 66 S&W is the finest handgun ever designed. Pickled me tink to see it.

    When I glanced at the photo, I went “Ho-Hum–another overweight, off-balanced 686.”

    Then I saw what it really was, and lusted for it. I have two. I have owned four.

    I always said, if I could have only one handgun in the world, it would be a 4″ 66.

    Thanks for the pictures–and I didn’t see anything dangerous about showing the gun loaded–good training photo!

  7. Your Model 66 looks much nicer than my police trade in special Model 66. Or at least the grips do. And the dented site

  8. Yeah, I love the Model 66. It was used, but new in the box when I bought it. I had looked at some of the newer revolvers and thought they were OK, but not quite “it.” I saw that at the gun shop, and was like “that’s it!” Great gun.

  9. Hey guys, I live in MS and we have what is called “The Castle Doctrine” which basically says in your home or automobile (which is an extension of your home) you have no duty to retreat. In that law if you are free and 21 you can get a Conceal Carry Permit and the 637 is my Carry Weapon of choice. It is a fantastic weapon, very accurate, at 25 yards, it shoots 3″ low and right, but that is with 158 Nosler JHP in +P. I’m a big guy and have a Springfield 1911 A1, S&W M&P45, 686, 620 (new model of the 66) SW99 40S&W, FNP9 and all are fabulous guns, but that little Smith slides in a coat or pants pocket and you just don’t notice it. It’s hard to beat that little weapon, I do not think I will need follow up shot, I don’t carry extra ammo, I am that confident in that weapon and my ability to hit with it.

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