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    Hey Gman

    Where you looking for that particular revolver, or where you just browsing and ran across it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gasmitty View Post
    The dash number denotes small but important design changes in S&W models. For example, I think around the -4 or -5, the M10 changed to a slightly higher front sight, and around -9 the integral lock appeared. On the Model 19 (K-frame .357 mag), around -5 they no longer pinned the barrel and counterbored the cylinder for the cartridge rim.

    Just about any manufacturer changes a dash number or a revision letter with design changes. In aerospace, a dash number represents a "Class 1" change, meaning a change in form, fit or function, and a revision letter change is a "Class 2" or minor change, such as color or location of part numbers.
    My friend has a 19-4 that he keeps trying to get me to buy. I have always wondered what the -4 was.
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    Damn good looking Piece..!

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    Yea Glockman1! Those are so fine. They are accurate and very comfortable to shoot with any potent .28 Special.

    I've been carrying a Colt Detective Special more of late but need to get a proper IWB holster for the Model 10 snubs around here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmcgilvray View Post
    They are accurate and very comfortable to shoot with any potent .28 Special.
    Been leaving those .38s in the dryer too long?
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    Quote Originally Posted by varob View Post
    Hey Gman

    Where you looking for that particular revolver, or where you just browsing and ran across it.
    I have always wanted one. I was actually looking for another Colt in the Commander or Officer variation. But as usual, I get sidetracked, and when I saw the time on the auction was about up, and the high bid was only 305.00, well, I fell off the wagon..again!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gasmitty View Post


    Been leaving those .38s in the dryer too long?
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    Nice find glockman.
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    I shot it today. Shoots great! Gun has had some work to trigger, because the DA stroke is smooth, and not given to staging. Also pretty light. It hits the primers good, and doesnt spit, so I assume they knew what they were doin.
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    Nice catch ! Old School cool for sure!
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    They are just really nice looking guns so nicely refined very elegant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cokeman View Post
    My friend has a 19-4 that he keeps trying to get me to buy. I have always wondered what the -4 was.
    ^^^^^My brother has two nickel 19 snubs he picked up for $300 each.

    If your buddy will sell it to you for under $500 you are getting a good deal.



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    Very nice, very nice!!!!!!!!!

    Glad it shoots even more pleasant than it looks.
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    Very nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by oneshot View Post
    ^^^^^My brother has two nickel 19 snubs he picked up for $300 each.

    If your buddy will sell it to you for under $500 you are getting a good deal.



    Glockman,
    Very nice, very nice!!!!!!!!!

    Glad it shoots even more pleasant than it looks.
    Really? I would give him $250. This is it.

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