Woohoo. You get a cookie.
Smiths are stronger. Have you ever seen a 100 year old Ruger?
This is not a concern for the gun in question however.
I like the hammer mounted FP better. It completes the look. Although S&W has introduced...
Most of us have a dozen or so firearms. That's not too practical either :)
What provoked the model 10 to attack?
2. I think Taurus offers 8 guns.
3. All the newer ones do.
Mine shoots great. For fast DA work I put on some bigger grips. These are for show or leisurely range work.
Repeat after me... There is NO transfer bar.
Some Smiths are more verbose than others.
Ruger NV then Beretta Stampede or Marshall for me.
There is something about a short bbl hogleg that makes it so right.
Hawk, I don't recall seeing a serrated J frame trigger on a new Smith. Maybe it's hard to make it out of MIM?
K frame 357s are nice enough that I won't mind buying another one if I wore one out.
And it is easier to get parts for a Smith to boot.
I guess I'm pushing my luck. Besides, wear is 95% of a S&W "trigger job".
Just to correct a little misinformation here you've heard
The parts of the lock do not affect the action except at side of the hammer and even...
Hawk, I get that with serrated triggers of the older Js. Between the heavy spring and the sharp ridges my finger gets abused after awhile....
Dry fire it everyday for about a week and see what it does for the feel. Try about a thousand clicks a day. Watch TV or sumthin.
The 581/586/681/686 series was designed with an eye towards a steady diet of 125gr maggies that the 13/19/65/66 line supposedly could not handle....
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