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Discussion in 'Smith & Wesson Club' started by happyguy, Nov 27, 2011.


  1. happyguy

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    Man, I'm Pretty

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    I posted this question a week ago in the snubbie forum but never got a reply.

    Just out of curiosity, what is the difference between a 442-1 no lock and a 442-2 no lock?

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  2. BigJerm80

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    There is nothing different between the two. The 442-2 frames were just back stock used to manufacture the no-locks.
     

  3. happyguy

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    Thank you. I was just curious.

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  4. fowler

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    Get the no-lock first choice. Less chance of mech. failure.
     
  5. happyguy

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    Yep, got a no-lock model.

    It's good to have a snubbie again.

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    Happyguy :)