Thanks, Ray! I've seen these unfluted Lew Horton specimens going for the $1800 dollars.
Smith has reintroduced the 610 like 6 months ago...still prefer the older models, like yours
Oh most definitely - the 10mm round is great in the revolver or auto. One of those few rounds great in either. A 357 magnum in an auto is just to long a grip for most people but fantastic in a revolver.
Here's another view of the 610 from the opposite-side Ray, with the 'The Mighty 4 Max'. This was before Smith introduced that embarassing 'Hillary Hole'. They make for a great heavy-duty duo, don't you think? (Image removed from quote.)
Oh most definitely - and I would upgrade them to a fantastic heavy-duty duo
The Cold Steel 4 Max Scout will probably be my next purchase. Pretty-much the same dimensions as the expensive G10-version. The "Scout" has grivory slabs, and is made of AUS-10 steel. Perhaps can best described, as the 'working-man's" 4 Max. For an MSRP of $120 dollars, hard to go wrong! (Image removed from quote.)
No love for Cold Steel Yeah right!
That Al Mar is such an eye catcher
The 'green micarta' scales really set this folder-off. Really a solid-build. Al Mar (a former Special Operator) worked with Col. James 'Nick' Rowe, on this folder's design. Rowe was one of the only men to successfully escape the Viet Cong. Unfortunately, he was later killed in the Philippines by Islamic terrorists; if I remember correctly.
New Peoples Army - Communist - were the ones who attacked and killed him. Still don’t understand how he was killed in an armored vehicle.
Thanks for refreshing my memory Ray! Still, a sad-ending to a great soldier.