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    Quote Originally Posted by Stickman View Post
    If you paid under $200-250 for your Colts, and it is a similar style pistol to these, you did exceedingly well and I would love to hear what models you have and what you paid.
    I picked up a Police Positive Special for a little over $200 back a few months after SH, semi autos and AR were going for stupid money, wheel guns though.... not so much. Newish model, probably 80s, or early 90's production, full lug under the barrel, 4 inch. Blued steel, leather holster included. Has some wear on it from holster as well as near the muzzle which makes me think it was a duty revolver for a PD. But, with 158gr .38 it shoots exceedingly well. At ten yards, DA, I have stacked most of a cylinder in one hole, the one flyer being solely me, because the trigger is very smooth in DA or SA. It keeps my Colt Double Eagle company during the long snowy nights up here.

    i will try to get a few pictures in the next day or so.

    Make no mistake, I would enjoy adding one of the Smiths to my stable, or getting one for my old man who grew up in the era of all steel guns and revolvers and still prefers them. Unfortunately funds don't allow it, and with funds tight, I have to ask why spend the money with I have other guns I equally enjoy.
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    I'd like to see a Police Positive with a full lug under the barrel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stickman View Post
    New to me Model 10-7. Being a 10-7, it was probably made in 1977. I've not yet pulled this one apart, but have rang some steel with it, and it is a joy to fire.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smith_%26_Wesson_Model_10




    Your 10-7 could be 1979 too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by darr3239 View Post
    I'd like to see a Police Positive with a full lug under the barrel.
    Gonna have to revise my post, there was a fair bit of bourbon, and rum, and beers, and god knows what else consumed last evening. And I was thinking of the some of the old Colt Police revolvers which had no lug while the one I owned has some of a lug. So compared to the other options it has a 'full lug' irregardless it is a nice shoot example.

    here is it with the pistol that might have replaced it, with 3 times the rounds on board.



    Some more of it with it successor.





    And a final picture showing a little more wear on the right side, leading to me believe it was likely a duty weapon at some point.



    All in all a gem in my collection.
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    "Some days you eat the bacon, and other days the bacon eats you." SeriousStudent

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kain View Post
    I picked up a Police Positive Special for a little over $200 back a few months after SH, semi autos and AR were going for stupid money, wheel guns though.... not so much. Newish model, probably 80s, or early 90's production, full lug under the barrel, 4 inch. Blued steel, leather holster included. Has some wear on it from holster as well as near the muzzle which makes me think it was a duty revolver for a PD. But, with 158gr .38 it shoots exceedingly well. At ten yards, DA, I have stacked most of a cylinder in one hole, the one flyer being solely me, because the trigger is very smooth in DA or SA. It keeps my Colt Double Eagle company during the long snowy nights up here.

    i will try to get a few pictures in the next day or so.

    Make no mistake, I would enjoy adding one of the Smiths to my stable, or getting one for my old man who grew up in the era of all steel guns and revolvers and still prefers them. Unfortunately funds don't allow it, and with funds tight, I have to ask why spend the money with I have other guns I equally enjoy.


    Sounds like a Police Positive Mark V found its way to you, and at a great price! If you ever want to flip it and make a couple bucks let me know.
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    I also shoot and write for various publications. My primary focus is weapons, accessories and related equipment reviews. Manufacturers can reach me through any of the boards. If you have something new, let me know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaegerOne View Post
    Your 10-7 could be 1979 too.
    I had thought they were all switched over to 10-8s before then. Fill me in on what I'm missing as I'm certainly not an expert on these.
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    I have been asked to point out by board policy that I am Magpul's photographer. I have also done work for 150 or so manufacturers within the firearm community, my work has been used for web, catalog, banners, magazines, covers, etc. I have also shot work for the US Military where it has been used in training aids. I am prior service and a full time LEO.

    I also shoot and write for various publications. My primary focus is weapons, accessories and related equipment reviews. Manufacturers can reach me through any of the boards. If you have something new, let me know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kain View Post
    Gonna have to revise my post, there was a fair bit of bourbon, and rum, and beers, and god knows what else consumed last evening. And I was thinking of the some of the old Colt Police revolvers which had no lug while the one I owned has some of a lug. So compared to the other options it has a 'full lug' irregardless it is a nice shoot example.

    here is it with the pistol that might have replaced it, with 3 times the rounds on board.



    Some more of it with it successor.





    And a final picture showing a little more wear on the right side, leading to me believe it was likely a duty weapon at some point.



    All in all a gem in my collection.
    Not as nice as the MK-V imho, but that is still a sexy beast!
    Stick


    I have been asked to point out by board policy that I am Magpul's photographer. I have also done work for 150 or so manufacturers within the firearm community, my work has been used for web, catalog, banners, magazines, covers, etc. I have also shot work for the US Military where it has been used in training aids. I am prior service and a full time LEO.

    I also shoot and write for various publications. My primary focus is weapons, accessories and related equipment reviews. Manufacturers can reach me through any of the boards. If you have something new, let me know.

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    Another pic of the S&W Model 10-7.


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    I also shoot and write for various publications. My primary focus is weapons, accessories and related equipment reviews. Manufacturers can reach me through any of the boards. If you have something new, let me know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stickman View Post
    Not as nice as the MK-V imho, but that is still a sexy beast!
    Hey, now, for what she cost me, she is one damn sexy girl. I have a few guns in that category, didn't pay much, not the fastest, coolest, or sexiest, but for what I paid, and how well they shoot, I couldn't be happier.

    And no, she ain't for sale. I get too much enjoyment punching targets with her at the range.
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