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Old January 20, 2013, 07:25 PM   #21
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Although I agree that many of the older(Classic)Smith & Wesson revolvers were a work of art, I don't share this opinion with the new Smith revolvers. And the frames with the internal lock are bulkier and shaped differently than in the past-thus, to my eyes, are downright ugly! A Ruger GP100 looks sleeker than an L frame with the Hillary hole frame with the lock! Each Company has their share of "Ugly Duckling" revolvers as well as nicer looking ones. I do agree that the trigger pull is generally better on both new and older Smith revolvers-but, this isn't to say that some Ruger revolvers don't also have some pretty good trigger pulls. Rugers need more break in time before their trigger pulls begin to shine a bit better.
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