Meet my first N frame; a Model 28-2
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    First new S&W I ever bought was a six inch 28-2... 1980. Over the years, owned a goodly number of S&W's. Let that first 28 get away. My identical-twin brother (deceased) fixed that by giving me a very very pretty six inch 28-2 in 2000 which matched his 28. We shot the hound out of those revolvers! Back about 2011 I found a four inch 28-2. Beautiful pair of revolvers. You'll really enjoy your new four inch 28. You'll probably end up with more. The six inch 28's are nice. JMHO. Sincerely. bruce.
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    A nice place to start! Well done.

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    Got me one, and a pretty good deal on it too if I do say so myself. $420 + tax made it $456 OTD.
    It had a broken rear sight blade ($7.50 to replace) and I temporarily swapped some magnas I had onto it while I refinish the targets it came with.
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    You did very well. That is a beauty. Verah nice!

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    Funny how things work. The last 28 I had was wearing a beautiful set of what I was told, were Eagle grips. Man, those things were beautiful, but holding them when shooting, especially magnum loads, was like holding onto a wood rasp. Man, those things HURT. I replaced them with a set of Magna's and a T-grip, going in the opposite direction than K-22 did.

    I said I don't have a Model 28 anymore, and that's correct, but I do have a "pre-pre Model 28. A 38/44 Heavy Duty. Add an adjustable rear sight, bore the chambers a little deeper...

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    Still haven't shot it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iggy View Post
    First N frame, Huh? Now you done stepped in it..
    YUP, ya stepped in it and it's stickey an hard to shake.
    As others have warned ,start saving your money, your gonna need it.

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