Smith & Wesson Model 3
Intro to the Smith & Wesson Model 3 Revolver
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What’s with the t-rex
0:14 Revolver Ocelot will have a dual with that guy
What movie is that 1:05?? Share pls ..thankz ✌
2:57 That’s Custer, not Buffalo Bill.
I have this in 38 cal, nickel finish, and 5 inch barrel. With 38 special standard loads the recoil feels like I am shooting a 22 LR. With + P recoil is also very light. It is a tack driver I love it.
I have a Smith&Wesson Modle 3 chambered in .45 cal. Mtg in 1888 and purchased New by my great grandfather. Remarkably it has never been fired. Nickel plated with ivory grips and engraving. Along with this is the original holster and gun belt. My great grandfather was a deputy in Appleton, Wisconsin from 1881 thru 1895. Sadly he was killed in 1934 while crossing the street from a bar and got nailed by a beer truck.
2:04 I always wondered about .44-40 in a Schofield, as far as historical accuracy. I have a Navy Arms Schofield in that caliber, and it packs a wollup. But if .45 Colt was considered too powerful for a break-top action in 1873, then wouldn’t .44-40 have been even stouter?
I got a Uberti reproduction Schofield Wells Fargo model with the 5 inch barrel in .45 Colt, I keep it loaded with 235 grain Winchester silver tip HP, it’s my EDC gun.
I have a HR 32 it was my grandfather’s he carried it in 1907 in NY CITY. He passed it down to me. The pattern # is 1891.
I heard some "Sweet Georgia Brown" playin’ in my head as he was twirling that piece.
Could you do a video on double action revolvers in the west
Hey Santee! Of all the variants of the Model 3, do you know which was the most common to see or produced?
He is amazing with a revolver 🔫
1.11 what movie? plz tell me i want to see thank 😀
Very cool and very interesting facts. I liked
I happen to own a Smith and Wesson no.3 russian model from WW1 and a reproduction by Taylor’s and company and I actually like the russian versions better it’s easier to reach the hammer and for me more comfortable.
Its aka a BREAK action
Why is Schofield singing a song about Julius Caeser lol
(I’ve never heard the song before, but I heard the Rubicon River. When Caeser crossed the Rubicon, it was the start between the Civil War between him and Pompey.)
Would this gun have been in common use in 1899?
Don’t have any revolvers from that era but I did manage to get my hands on a model 64
Kid needs a proper fitting hat.
hmmm I wonder which model australian outlaw ned kelly used
Yeah dat kid Jesse was really. You should have him on more often. Excellent videos thanks for sharing
Santee hello to all of you. My Uberti Scholfeild 5.5 barrel, .45 cal. and it is great for me against bears when I am in our Alaskan Forrest. Not yet have I shot one, it sure scared the daylights out of him.
Perhaps we may get a video on double actions in the west? Also i was curious about cheap guns in the west. Like what were the saturday night specials of the west of there were any?
The magnificent seven music in the intro
That old boy Bill Bradenton clever and cunning in life and after death hahaha
When dad was alive he and I had a Cimarron model 3 in our collection. It was a bit pricey, somewhere around $900, but handled just fine. The shell ejection was flawless and I could easily understand why some rapscallion would prefer a model 3 to a traditional revolver. I myself am more of a Cattleman fella
That kid was awesome
Hey Santee, I’ve got a idea for an idea for dressing the part, Miners or Conductors
Sorry for the off-topic comment, but what pistol do you use for actual self defense? Is it a Glock 19?
How can you forget Billy the Kid???
22. Heritage rough rider
Any plans to make a video about the Smith & Wesson Model 03-A7?
Thank you so much for the video! Always appreciated this firearm. Also, your channel name in Russian would be “Аризонские призрачные всадники»
Oh hey, I was wondering, how does one join the arizona ghostriders group? (if it is a group)
If I have to be american, bad news for me as I live in civilized Europe.
That lad can spin iron! Grand video once again. Just got a new holster for my schofield, she’s a beauty but I’d not try twirling that around. Makes my palms sweat with anxiety just thinking about it xD keep it up guys. Stay well and stay safe out there and thanks for all these facts
How about a vid.on the Walker,and Dragoons.
I see their was an Australian one all our guns have been taken away crims use long knives clubs
Kisiera informes sobre esa arma tengo una igual ya le mande msm en facebok
Santee i got a problem i hope u can solve, the latch sight on newer model 3 replicas by say uberti seem different than on an original model 3 schofield. i dont own one so cant confirm.any help is much appreciated
They made a good show about a fancy Cursed Smith& Wesson model 3 called Dead Mans Gun
This was interesting!
Thumbs-down is a frustrated person whose thumb isn’t long enough to reach the hammer on the Schofield!
Genuinely one of my absolute favourite revolvers
I have one of those!
Just picked up my first schofield, like everything except how it feels in my hand. The weirdest part is strong and firing the first shot single headed and switching double handed felt smooth and natural with a Colt, but with the Scofield you almost have to change your grip when you switch.