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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Aug 2009
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    West of Fresno, CA
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    Default I wish I had one of these

    S & W Model 19-3, .357/38Spl, 4 inch barrel IMG_1380.jpg

    It's my girlfriend's and had been neglected so I offered to (try to) clean it up for her. I last shot it about 7-8 years ago before she started carrying a short Kimber 45. I have always felt my Govt 45s were tack drivers (better shooters than I am) but this baby shoots like a dream. Girlfriend won't give it to me

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    Hum ... smart girlfriend! Sincerely. bruce.
    " Unlike most conservatives, libs have no problem exploiting dead children and dancing on their graves."

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    Can't say I blame her.

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    nice. hopefully she's let you shoot it from time to time. those smith's came from the factory smooth as a baby's behind.

  5. #5
    Join Date
    Apr 2010
    Location
    South West Virginia
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    a woman who loves a smith wheel gun? sounds like a keeper.
    "In God We Trust"

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    Solution; Marry her! Then it's yours!

  7. #7
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    Feb 2016
    Location
    Pittsburgh, PA
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    Sweet. Looks like it cleaned up well. Do you know the date of manufacture?

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    Excellent revolver, Mine Is a RB with 2.5 inch bbl. a keeper.

  9. #9
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    I don't know the serial number but think her late husband bought it in the early 1970s. It could have been new or used but was near pristine when I first saw it.

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