Smith & Wesson 686 PC Answered
Sometimes its nice to just take a break from the replica world, and enter the (slightly less "vociferous") land of the model guns. In truth, I was actually intending to make this gun shoot, but after a while I could not come up with a cylinder solution. I could not figure out a way to make it shoot. So, I thought I'd just leave it a model, so that is what I did.
I first saw this gun in the April 2014 edition of Guns & Ammo magazine, and was immediately struck with how it looked. So, after breaking apart my PMR-30, I decided to build this. With a functioning hammer and trigger, comfortable handle, and short overall body (a little over 7 in.) it is really fun to play with (and in fact, my youngest bro almost won't let go of it).
If you want to finish it (make it shoot), be my guest.
-The Red Book of Westmarch