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    .357 Shooting Master

    made in 1940.

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    Last edited by milgunsguy; Today at 09:34 AM.

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    Super nice piece! I'm surprised that this Shooting Master has somehow escaped Cam's clutches.
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    I have all calibers except the .44, but the .357 is my favorite. Nice gun!!!

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    more detail:


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    I'm headed to a gun show in Reno this weekend. These photos aren't exactly helping me keep money in my pocket .....
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    I cut my teeth on a Colt Shooting Master. Late 1960s, in the Police Science program at the local community college, and PPC was part of the program. No .38 cal pistol as required (an M58 instead) so a neighbor loaned me his Shooting Master. Big for my teen hands and doggone it, the 'cool' factor wasn't good enough for me so I bought a Colt Trooper MK III :-). Funny, I didn't shoot any better with the new revolver!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WinstonWolfe View Post
    I have all calibers except the .44, but the .357 is my favorite. Nice gun!!!
    Nice

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    Very nice!
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    I do love the Shooting Masters and thanks for posting yours. Here are all five calibers:


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    Cam, Nice collection of SM's! Thanks for posting the nice picture!
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