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Smith and Wesson model 19 2.5"

Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by Upgrayedd, Feb 14, 2013.

  1. Upgrayedd

    Upgrayedd

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    I have a pair of model 19 snubs. One is a 19-7 that I shoot plenty. The other is a 19-3. The -3 is in like new condition. It may have been fired before, but I don't see any evidence. No box, but you don't find them in this condition too often anymore so I haven't shot it. I shoot the -7 instead. It's not p/r, but it's a good shooter. Do you guys think I should shoot the older one or keep it in the safe. If I shoot it, I will probably end up carrying it.
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    I'll throw in a pic of my j frames while I'm at it. A 60 and a 37.
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    I wouldn't be able to resist shooting both. Is the 19-7 the stainless/nickle finish? I would probably carry the stainless/nickle as the blued version will be more susceptible to holster wear, etc. Gorgeous revolvers, btw.
     
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    Thanks. The older one is the nicked gun. The -7 is blued, but I'm not worried about the finish on it.
     
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    Thanks! Hope you like my background.:supergrin:
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    Very nice indeed :)
     
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    It it was mine I'd shoot it.
     
  9. Bruce M

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    For me the enjoyment of shooting it would be worth more than any value I lost shooting it.
     
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    I passed up buying a M19 nickel plated snubbie last year and kicked my *** for it.
     
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    Guns are made to be fired and enjoyed...else why have them?
     
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    My 1980 era 2 1/2" model 19 was my most beloved gun I owned, until I just had to have the latest whiz-bang gizmo, in the gun case. Worst trade I ever made. Whatever I traded for is long gone, and sadly so is the 19. Never sell them. Unless to me. :supergrin:
     
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    I love the model 19 2.5 inch. My favorite revolver. They just handle so well. Beautiful pair you have.