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  1. S&W Revolvers 1945 to Present
    Hello All! New to the forum. My dad recently passed and left me a .357 19-3, serial number 5K72351. I'm trying to find the manufacture date on this and my google searching is coming up empty. Any ideas? Thanks!
  2. S&W Revolvers 1945 to Present
    So I've been enjoy a nice new Model 27 Classic for the last year or so, and since I shoot mainly cast hand loads I didn't really notice this until recently, but the gun spits with jacketed bullets, badly. I never wear glasses when I shoot, but if I put a jacketed bullet through this thing it's a...
  3. S&W Revolvers 1945 to Present
    That's what I thought the first time I fired the 586. It puts them through the same hole! Should have said Virgil Earp since he was the man with experience; Civil war, Deputy US Marshal, Tombstone Marshall; but then Wyatt got the book written about him and got famous. Anyway, the accuracy of...
  4. S&W Revolvers 1945 to Present
    Picked up my PC Model 627-5 today, and I must say I am very pleased. This will likely be my new Nightstand Gun, as I was quite surprised by how bulky it is despite its Snubbie status. Now THAT is what I call a Red Ramp Front! LOL
  5. The Armory
    I just inherited two S&W pistols from my father in law and was wondering how to figure out more about these models and when they were built. 38 S & W special ctg 4" Barrel Stainless Steel - wood grips S/N on frame butt BNR 4208 ----------------- S & W 357 Magnum 4" Barrel Stainless Steel...
  6. S&W Revolvers 1945 to Present
    Purchased a model 19-3 from a FBI agent. He used it in an ankle holster until he went to auto. It has the original grip and is in great condition. The serial number is 1K51867. Does anyone know anything about this gun? History, Worth? thanks
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