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I have seen that gun pic before and the story that he had given the gun to that man. There is another S&W, I believe a longer barrel revolver, he had that was totally engraved. It was dang near ugly because it had so much engraving on it.
Get your checkbook out VT.
 

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I enjoy looking at engraving on a gun however that has gone over the top. I would like to have a slightly engraved gun myself however I have better places to spend what little money I have on something else. Besides, what you really shoot that pistol or have a safe queen?

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My very first firearm was a Blued S&W Model 19 Combat Magnum K Frame with a 6" barrel, TT TS WO RR ( Target Trigger, Target Sights, White Outline, Red Ramp ).

Still kick myself in the ass for selling it...
 

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My very first firearm was a Blued S&W Model 19 Combat Magnum K Frame with a 6" barrel, TT TS WO RR ( Target Trigger, Target Sights, White Outline, Red Ramp ).

Still kick myself in the ass for selling it...
Ooh, a shame. The need for folding green fades in memory; a gun like that does not.
 

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Actually...by the time I sold it, I had a Factory Nickeled S&W Model 13 ( usually blued ) .357 Magnum 3" Bull Barrel that I bought off the widow neighbor whose husband was a Philly Police Detective who carried it as a "Philly Reload" to his duty S&W Model 10 M&P in .38 Special.

I sold it to fund the purchase of another firearm...which I still have: a S&W Model 645 in stainless steel.
 
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