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Please help with date of manufacture for this 2" snub nose. Serial no. on the butt is D290886. I have shot +P in it. Is that ok?

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Are you sure your SN is D29? If it's 2D9 it's 1978, and if it's D9, it's 76-77.
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D290886 on the butt.

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D290886 on the butt.
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That looks like a 1970 number to me.
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I have shot +P in it. Is that ok?
It should be just fine.
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My copy of 10-5 manual says +P fine 1958 and newer, enjoy that fine snubbie
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+P is a standard pressure 38 Special load and is fine in any quality made gun in good condition.
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