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Old June 29, 2013, 07:53 PM   #17
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Not really. The right side of a S&W has traditionally been the side to photograph since on older guns that's the side the rollmark was on and because engraving or inlays were commonly done on that side.

The auto-pistols on the S&W page are all facing the other way.. Seems to me that even S&W is embarrassed about how bad that hole looks. So are many people who sell them privately and go to lengths to use an angle that obscures the unsightly hole.
I've explained it to you, think whatever you like. I've circled the lock tree enough times already over the years that I really don't have the energy or patience to argue about it any more.
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