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Reworked M19

Discussion in 'Smith & Wesson Club' started by steve1911, Aug 16, 2010.

  1. steve1911

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    Got this from guy that left this in the trunk of his car, needless to say it rusted, the out side of the cylinder, part of the barrel and frame.

    I reworked this revolver over with a lot sand paper dremel disc, and sanding drums, i was going to reblue it, but i went with Aluma hydeII, in OD green just too see how it would hold up. took about 6 months off and on.

    So far after 3 years use, during hunting season, and shooting it, has held up well just wanted to share with pic.

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  2. SigPro2022

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    Nice re-do! This revolver was in bad shape when the project was started. :rock:
     


  3. Berto

    Berto woo woo

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    It looks like a great resurrection, even a lot of TLC can still be worthwhile with guns like that.
     
  4. steve1911

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    Thanks"


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  5. walkin' trails

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    When most of the custom revolver "projects" featured in gun mags and such are high dollar and impractical, its refreshing to see a working man's gun get a new lease on life.
     
  6. steve1911

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    Thanks for the kind words.:supergrin:


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  7. steve1911

    steve1911

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    Thanks"


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