Sunday, June 9, 2013

Gun Brothers


Some of these guns I have owned, some were ones that I repaired or refinished.
These are big & little brothers that looked the same except for size, caliber, finish, barrels etc..

 S&W model 65, .357 Mag and my former S&W Model 629, .44 Mag
Another .44/.357 Magnum combo, a 629 Classic Hunter .44 and a 686 .357

 Glock 19 9mm and Glock 20 10mm

Here they are with their high cap magazines, the one in the G20 is actually from a Kriss Super V 45 ACP, but the extension fits the G20 mags as well
Ruger Super Redhawk 44 Mag and Security Six 357 Mag
 again with their littlest brother an SP101. 357 Mag


Ruger Super Blackhawk 44 Mag 10.5" barrel and Single Six in .22/.22 Mag with a 9.5" barrel

A family of Cowboy guns, from top to bottom: 
  • Ruger (original) Vaquero 45 Colt, 4 5/8" barrel
  •  Ruger (original) Vaquero .357 Mag, 4 5/8" barrel
  •  Ruger Single Six in .32 H&R Mag, 4 5/8" barrel
  • Ruger Bearcat Shopkeeper .22 LR, 3" barrel
  • Dictator No.2 in .32 rimfire


Ruger Mark I blued and Ruger Mark II Stainless
 nearly identical Stoeger Lugers

Ruger 44 Magnum Carbine & Ruger 10-22 Carbine

Ruger Security Six 357 Mag 6" blued and Stainless
 Dan Wesson 357 Magnums 8" barrel, one has the original finish with fixed sights, one has been refinished and has a vent rib with adjustable sights

Model 19 Smith & Wesson & Model 65 Smith & Wesson, both K-frame .357s w/ 4" barrel
 Springfield 1911A1 & Ruger SR1911

Marlin Model 60 .22 Autoloaders
Ruger Single Six Old Model with 5 1/2" barrel and Single Six New Model with 9 1/2" barrel
Trio of Winchester model 94 Rifles, from top to bottom Ted Williams (Sears) 30-30, Winchester 94 30-30, Winchester 94 AE in 44 Mag.
A brace of 629 Classics, one a Classic Hunter with unfluted cylinder and a 6" barrel the other Magna Classic with 6.5" barrel, both wearing Altamont grips