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That is something I have not heard. Do you recall where you read that? 4” and 6” were standard and not deviated from to the best of my knowledge.

The HP was built as an economy revolver so the only options were stocks, and maybe triggers and hammers.

There were a very few finished in nickel, two batches if I recall, one for the sales dept and one for the Florida State Police.

The 25 nickel guns for FSP had 5" barrels., but I'm unaware of any 3" M28 versions made.

I wouldn't mind adding a 4" M28 to my small group, but I do like the 6" gun. My M28-2 is probably my most frequent range revolver of my .357's.
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