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Smith & Wesson Model 686 Reviews

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Re: Smith & Wesson Model 686 Reviews

Postby GOANRA » Sun Apr 14, 2013 3:51 pm

My first duty revolver issued to me was a brand new S&W 586. It served me well as a Deputy in the Detroit Area for years. I also used it in Statewide Police Combat Competition for many years.

I used to walk up & down the firing lines to see what e/one else was shooting... almost all S&W revolvers with 6 inch bbls (limit), mine was 4 in bbl, but I still won more often than not.

Dept wouldn't spring for the model 686 (Stainless).
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