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Picked it up Saturday. S&W Carry comp 357, appears to have barely been shot. Came with 3 speed loaders, nice leather holster, and a little over 500 rounds of aluminum cased Blazer JHP ammo. Could not pass up $1000 on this, pretty much like getting the ammo for free.
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I think I have officially given up on trying to sell anything on Armslist.People are not willing to pay what anything is worth, just a bunch of low ball offers and goofy trades. I put a nice BUL 1911 up there a few months ago, asking what I paid for it...$1100. No bites. Put it on Gunbroker and sold it for over $2000 to some guy who likes to collect discontinued 1911's.

As far as this purchase goes, I had the money earmarked for brakes on my F150.....oh well. Brakes are highly over-rated, I am highly skilled at the art of coasting.
 

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I think I have officially given up on trying to sell anything on Armslist.People are not willing to pay what anything is worth, just a bunch of low ball offers and goofy trades. I put a nice BUL 1911 up there a few months ago, asking what I paid for it...$1100. No bites. Put it on Gunbroker and sold it for over $2000 to some guy who likes to collect discontinued 1911's.
You have to keep in mind, Armslist is a much more limited market. It's intended for local, face to face sales only.

On the other hand, GunBroker is meant for long-distance, nation-wide sales. So individual listings get more views.
 

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Very nice!
I would have jumped on it too!
 
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Man, nice revolver. I would have bought it too.
 

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Wonderful addition, great photos and a classic J Frame to boot. Everyman should have at least one wheel gun if they are a gun enthusiast. Enjoy and please let me know how it went when you get to pop off your first rounds! Thank you
 

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Completely "stock", I do not believe any trigger work has been done. Trigger pull in DA is relatively short compared to the Ruger revolvers I am used to shooting. Very nice.
 

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I know almost nothing about new production Smiths as all I have are older ones. But if yours is a good as my P&R Model 19's, it is a very good trigger indeed.

This 1967 vintage M19-2 has remained unfired since it left the factory. I bought it a few years ago and as it was still NIB I left it alone:



But this 1971 M19-3 (with earlier grips) has been shot quite a bit, it is a very nice and accurate gun:
 

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I know almost nothing about new production Smiths as all I have are older ones. But if yours is a good as my P&R Model 19's, it is a very good trigger indeed.

This 1967 vintage M19-2 has remained unfired since it left the factory. I bought it a few years ago and as it was still NIB I left it alone:



But this 1971 M19-3 (with earlier grips) has been shot quite a bit, it is a very nice and accurate gun:
NICE!!
 
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