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Congrats! That's a sweet revolver. Enjoy it and please....post a range report to let us know how it functioned for you. (y)
 

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"... unwelcome guests." Awe shucks! I am the resident senior pastor of the local Methodist church! i would not have any need to lift a finger ... or even reach out for my handle little Model 19. Any unwelcome guest would face 15 lbs. of cold calculating heartless, unforgiving unrelenting carefully trained and throughly capable attack cat known to one and all as "Wild Thang!" I would of course administer what medical aid I could offer but given what WT did to the last unwelcome guest ... it would all be rather pointless. The last unwelcome guest was discovered dismembered ... decapitated, WT lying nearby quietly licking her claws. She left me to clean up the mess! Sincerely. bruce.
 

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Great find. I've never seen a "pre 19." At one time I had a "no dash" and I've presently got a -1, but never a "pre."

Congratulations.
 
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Hank, S&W did not routinely number target stocks to the gun. IIRC, it only occurred when the stocks were standard for the production such as a presentation target revolver that came with a display case. Magnas were standard on most guns, and numbered, with target stocks optional. But, they did not number an optional target set.
 
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