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Old 12-27-2012, 02:14 PM
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Default Model 10-7 birthdate? +P?

Picked up a Model 10-7 2inch Snub from a local I have traded with over the years.

No mention of +P anywhere

Looks to have original wood grips... It's a 10-7 with a s/n of 9D494xx

Been wanting one for years and it shoots the taregt stuff real fine!
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1982 and yes +P is fine.

Hope this helps.

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You can shoot +P in the Model 10-7 all day long, and it won't hurt it.
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Thank you for the help...Rob
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A good .38 there. Does it look anything like this M10-7?


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That's exactly how she looks!

I will post some images tonight and some of the 13-2 I picked up a couple weeks ago.
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