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Laser sights on a model 19...

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by bflobill_69, Sep 10, 2008.

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  1. bflobill_69

    bflobill_69 Member

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    Has anyone used laser sights on a S&W model 19?

    If so, how did it work out?

    Curious,

    Bflobil
     
  2. Daizee

    Daizee Member

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    now that just ain't right. :)

    Let's see pix if anyone has that setup!

    -Daizee
     
  3. lee n. field

    lee n. field Member

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    Brazing on the doodad rail, then gunkoting the whole thing olive drab..... (now that ain't right.):barf:
     
  4. M2 Carbine

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    I have Crimson Trace laser grips on a S&W Mod 17 for inexpensive laser practice. (I practice in the late evening, home range)
    The grips are made to also fit the "N" frame, so IMO they are a little large for the "K" frame but they function fine.

    [​IMG]
     
  5. Daizee

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    If you're gonna do it, ya gotta go all the way! :)

    M2, those look much better than I expected.
    Nice shooting.

    -Daizee
     
  6. JCMAG

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    M2,

    Shrink them down about 20% in size and I'd say they'd be about the most handsome laser grips I've seen.

    But lasers on a M19?

    Seems a little bit against the grain, but I'd say they'd work just as well as a laser on any other revolver out there. :D

    Truly, truly. I, too, would be interested in seeing a picture by any technocrats out there.
     
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