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Old November 28, 2018, 06:57 PM   #176
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Old November 30, 2018, 01:09 AM   #177
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I have an old S&W hamerles pistol all I know

It’s real small in the hand I thought it was a women’s pistol. I’ve attached a photo of the pistol on a painting of mine if you need any info I can tell you just let me know.
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Old December 19, 2018, 06:11 PM   #178
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I started down this path thinking Classic. After a lot of looking here's the short list.

Smith & Wesson Performance Center Model 19 Carry Comp

Kimber K6S DASA

Smith & Wesson Pro Series Model 60

Rugers don't appeal to me.

The Colt Cobra is interesting but not enough to win me over.
,,, stupidity comes to some people very easily. 8/22/2017 my wife in a discussion about Liberals.
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Old December 20, 2018, 11:13 AM   #179
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I've got two 360sc ultralight scandium/titanium .357 J-Frame snubbies, a 60-Pro 3" all steel J-Frame, a 686 full-underlug L-Frame .357, a 69 4" L-Frame 5-shot .44mag, and a 629 5" full-underlug "Classic" N_Frame .44mag. The last is my favorite. I carry it every day, from pajamas-off until pajamas-on, in a homemade under-the-shirt cloth vertical shoulder holster.

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Old December 22, 2018, 06:35 AM   #180
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After eight pages of response it is obvious there are persons who: would purchase / currently own an older issue Smith and those who have/would buy a newer pistol. My first day as a brand new officer found a Model 19 4” in my squeaky new holster, all of my current revolvers are older S&W offerings. Would I purchase a new one? You bet! I have examined the new 66 and came to the conclusion “ this ain’t my Mod 19” but I also found the sleeved barrel, longer length barrel (a tad longer for whatever reason) and Altamont laminated stock are quite livable. As for the round butt ok in some configurations but I want a choice, MIM works just fine in their lockwork and they can take the dreaded lock and stuff it in a liberals ear... not to my liking.
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