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    S&W Model 10-10

    Voted today between a M10-10 and M10-8 and -10 won plus $330 with better finish and stocks . Fired a few SWC and gun functioned as should, I need practice with skinny grips. Will have a look inside and cleaning , gun would have sat till doomsday with original price $550.

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    Congrats and for $330 a real bargan.
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    Love those old heavy barrel Model 10's. Good looking gun.
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    Cleaned out some old grease and cleaned up old school Hoppes 9 and Rem Oil ,have couple bags wad cutters for punching paper
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    Very nice. You certainly got your moneys worth. I don't have a heavy barrel m10, but do have a heavy barreled M64 and love it.
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    It looks great.
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    Nice score. I got a 10-10 heavy barrel too. It's a nice shooter.
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    That is very nice and a great price! Our model 10 is also a 10-10.
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    You did good. I have both and love them.

    10-8


    10-10


    The 10-8 is my favorite shooter. I haven't fired the 10-10 yet.

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    Looks like mine, which was a LEO agency return from Victoria, Australia. Mine had little scanning stickers used for inventory on the right side of the frame.

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    It also came with the Wood grips, and I installed factory rubber grips I had from another revolver.
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