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My new M+P snub

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Snubshooter, Feb 13, 2011.

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  1. Snubshooter

    Snubshooter Member

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    Well here goes My first thread:eek: I just picked up this 1940's RB Pre Model 10. I was surprised the grips were Ser. #ed to the gun and fit so snug you almost don't need the grip screw. Here's the pics... 100_0974.jpg
     
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    Clearly a post 1948 gun it must have been one of the last ones made with the old service stocks.
     
  3. huntershooter

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    Nice revolver.
    I have a soft spot for 2" M&P, "K Frames", m. 10's, etc.
     
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    According to the info I found it's early '49 ser #C 55 XXX.
     
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    You wouldn't want to sell that T-grip would you
     
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    Sorry, I bought it for the toy when I put the money down on it. I do love the way they fill the gap behind the guard. Check Ebay they get them now and again.
     
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    Are they still making them new
     
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    Very nice!
     
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    Yes, the owner had a heart attack last year that screwed up manufacture and delivery by a lot(one or two man shop) but from what I hear they have about 6 to 8 week delivery time.
     
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