Another Smith followed me home today

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  1. savage170

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    Picked up this 19-4 for 380.00 from a local pawnshop this one i beleive will become my main carry gun this on has a real sweet trigger pull wondering if someone worked on it at sometime
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  2. ozo

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    You mean followed you home on the 4th....?
    As far as the trigger, I doubt it has been 'worked',
    as these little sweeties came that way.
    Many moons ago, Smith made a very wise decision
    to use case hardened trigger/hammer components
    and they machine well with smooth results, something
    I wish Ruger would adopt on some of their DA's.
    Even Taurus has done so on their blued guns.
  3. savage170

    savage170 Member

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    Thje camera isn't set right everytime the kids borrow it comes back with dead battries and the settings messed up
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    ozo Well-Known Member

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    that's an easy cure.......:)
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    nice revolver
  6. jedwil

    jedwil Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Nice revolver. Congrats. Here's a poor quality photo of my M66:
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    Love S&W revolvers. Also have the M18 little brother.
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    Having a smith follow you home is a good thing!:D
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    jedwil Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    I keep whistling for 'em....................They just don't come.
  9. aa1911

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    yuppers... nice smith ya got there.

    My ruger revolvers have amazing triggers on them also though; I also did some work on the triggers and both SA and DA are smooth as glass on my SP101 and GP100.

    only smith I have here at the house now is the wifey's, a 642 centenial; DAO hammerless, pretty damn good trigger on that too.
  10. TNTKelly

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    yes it is nice to have smith follow ya home had the governor follow me home a couple of months ago really like lots better than the judge
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  11. jedwil

    jedwil Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    638 is my carry choice.......
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    yeah, that's the shrouded hammer, correct? like the bodyguard I think?
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    jedwil Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Yea, shrouded hammer that allows some SA.
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    sweet. I really like the hammerless/shrouded hammer small frames as a BUG, won't snag on anything on the way out and it will go bang 5 times no matter what! no jams, no nonsense, five shots anytime you need it! Plus you can shove it into someone and not worry about the slide coming out of battery; no hammer to block, only thing that can stop it is if someone actually grabs the cylinder well enough which is doubtful at best.

    I always get .357 also, don't much care for 38's although I've shot one hell of a mess of 'em for practice in my dad's chief's special and model 29 smiths.
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