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Old December 21, 2010, 12:39 PM   #8
David the Gnome
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The general rule with S&W revolvers is to get the lowest "- number" you can. Pretty much across the lineup each new generation of a model represents some sort of cost saving change made by S&W. They either got rid of features or replaced more expensive machined parts with cheaper MIM, etc. That's not true 100% of the time but for most generations that's the case.
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