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New to me Smith but I think I overpaid

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by bigtubby, Apr 11, 2013.

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  1. Peter M. Eick

    Peter M. Eick Member

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    I would say you got a good deal. I would have gone for it just because it is a nice looking piece.
     
  2. bigtubby

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    1old, I sure like those white grips on the CS1's what can you tell me about them I might throw a set on mine if they ain't to pricey?
     
  3. 1 old 0311-1

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    Hi Tubby,

    They are stag grips I got from www.grashornsgunworks.com All their work is BEAUTIFUL, and fits like a glove. For hand made stag they are very reasonable.
     
  4. bigtubby

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    Thanks 1old, I am sure they are reasonable to guy that has a table full of 19's but I meant to mere mortals!!! LOL!!!
     
  5. SullyVols

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    I would have gladly payed the $650. Nice gun.
     
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    Good catch.
     
  7. TIMC

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    You did good! Everyone should have a nice model 19, the best S&W revolver made IMHO. I love my 4" 19-3, super accurate great shooting gun.

    Congrats on your new toy!
     
  8. Elkins45

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    I suppose you don't need another voice telling you this, but you were lucky to get that gun for $550 in the current market.

    The DA trigger is probably heavy because it hasn't been used enought to smooth itself out. That's not necessarily a bad thing.
     
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