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    Another snubby.

    I’ve had a very nice blued Model 19 2 for quite a while which is great for every day carry. So for more formal occasions I picked up a nice Model 19 in nickel and besides they are a little harder to find.

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    Pretty. I've never been a fan of the too-slim market grips, but nice gun.
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    I love the 2 1/2" k-frame Smiths. Good choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by msgt/ret View Post
    Ive had a very nice blued Model 19 2 for quite a while which is great for every day carry. So for more formal occasions I picked up a nice Model 19 in nickel and besides they are a little harder to find.

    Model_19_R.JPG Model_19_L.JPG
    Very nice! There is something about a snubby. Short, stout...a fist full of kryptonite... A big old model 28 would make a nice big brother don't you think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PEF View Post
    Very nice! There is something about a snubby. Short, stout...a fist full of kryptonite... A big old model 28 would make a nice big brother don't you think?
    Big brother Model 28 IMG_0708.JPG


    Bigger brother Model 25 IMG_0707.JPG
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    Boy, you do have it bad! Nice gun though!
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    Quote Originally Posted by msgt/ret View Post
    Big brother Model 28 IMG_0708.JPG


    Bigger brother Model 25 IMG_0707.JPG
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    Very nice indeed.
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    How true,you can never have enough snubbies for cc .How about a Ney York Reload ? I'd like to have one but the snubnose holds it's value for ever.

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    Good find.

    My brother, whom I don't stand too close to when there is a thunderstorm, has two of them, which he got only months apart.
    One was near perfect, and the other was very dirty and unkept.
    He worked and worked on that one for a couple weeks, and now it looks every bit as good as the near mint one.

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    That's a VERY NICE M19. I've got my eye on a M10 snubby that's rough finished but mechanically tight & shoots dead point-of-aim with 158 gr. ammo. I'm trying to get it at the right price and, since there's little/no collectibility, after a tough, modern refinish, I plan to (happily) put in into my EDC rotation. K frames rock!
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    SWEET!!! M19s in snub and standard barrel lengths are on my wish list. Thanks for satisfying the S&W gun porn need while bmcgilvray is away!
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    Nice pick-up! I can see a special set of wood combat grips on that one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by msgt/ret View Post
    I’ve had a very nice blued Model 19 2 for quite a while which is great for every day carry. So for more formal occasions I picked up a nice Model 19 in nickel and besides they are a little harder to find.

    Model_19_R.JPG Model_19_L.JPG
    Now that is the way to do .357 Magnum snubs. It doesn't get any better than a round butt K-Frame .357 Magnum snubby. Compact, finest action on the planet, and 6 shots; what's not to like?!
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