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    My 19-3 in nickel......
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    Man nickel in 19 is just beautiful.
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    My family of 19's
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    Wendy that thing is beautiful! I hate shooting with that type of grip.. would they be called target grips? In 44 mag they bite with even factory loads. I figure everyone knows, but on the point of nickel, Kings has some 5" model 15 I think.. or maybe model 10. I think 10. $259 But I figure a nickel 5" 38 can't be a bad one to have. They were police trades which doesn't bother me. I've heard of nickel flaking but never seen it.
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    I have had model 19s in several barrel lengths but my favorite is 3".Name:  standard.jpg
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    Not a pre-lock beauty like some have posted, but boy does it shoot...



    I'm on the hunt for a nice 2.5" P/R M19, but if I see the right M27 first....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Akmiah View Post
    Wendy that thing is beautiful! I hate shooting with that type of grip.. would they be called target grips? In 44 mag they bite with even factory loads. I figure everyone knows, but on the point of nickel, Kings has some 5" model 15 I think.. or maybe model 10. I think 10. $259 But I figure a nickel 5" 38 can't be a bad one to have. They were police trades which doesn't bother me. I've heard of nickel flaking but never seen it.
    Those are target grips, they have been replaced with Altamont and a grip adapter recently!


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    Like a lot of guns, I've owned multiple Model 19's over the years. I've sold them off now as I've gotten older and shoot less, but I've kept one of them, a 19-9 that I got a couple of years ago. Maybe not as pretty as the older ones, but man it shoot lights out.

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    I have had a 19-2 for many years, the trouble was that it was unfired since it left the factory and I decided to go ahead and make it a safe queen.. My solution was to look for another Model 19 to use as a shooter. I wound up finding another 19-2 but the trouble with that one is that it is almost too nice to shoot also. However, I have told myself that I will shoot it on occasion and maybe even carry it once and a while.

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