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Old February 13, 2021, 05:21 PM   #11
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I've never owned a N frame. They always felt too large for my hands,
Aftermarket grips fix this.

I sold my Smith 686 and Ruger GP-100 after buying a Smith 28. In a 4" gun the weight was within 1-2 oz, and in a 6" barrel the N frame is lighter. The cylinder was roughly 1/8" thicker on the N frame I found that most holsters would work with either gun.

I just like the N frame better and if I want something smaller I'll go to a K frame.
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