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Old 03-17-2017, 03:44 PM
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A store where I bought a Cougar .357 , has a 19-3 99% like new , no box. Blue. Original grips. They offer it at 650.00 out the door and believe it's a great price. I may go for that one too. 650.00 total is fair ? What era is 19-3 from?

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Mid 1970s. That price sounds like fair retail. I would take another look if you really want it. Condition is everything. Best
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Old 03-17-2017, 04:54 PM
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Mid 1970s. That price sounds like fair retail. I would take another look if you really want it. Condition is everything. Best
I got . It's about 99%. Happy.
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A store where I bought a Cougar .357 , has a 66-3 99% like new , no box. Blue. Original grips. They offer it at 650.00 out the door and believe it's a great price. I may go for that one too. 650.00 total is fair ? What era is 19-3 from?
So is it a Model 66 or 19?

66 is Stainless, the 19 is Blue or Nickel.

What is the barrel length?
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So is it a Model 66 or 19?

66 is Stainless, the 19 is Blue or Nickel.

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Blue 19-3 P&R. 99% 2 1/2. original grips . No box.
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The Thread indicates a 19-3 2.5" barrel? Thats what I read.
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A store where I bought a Cougar .357 , has a 66-3 99% like new , no box. Blue. Original grips. They offer it at 650.00 out the door and believe it's a great price. I may go for that one too. 650.00 total is fair ? What era is 19-3 from?
Sorry, I guess I'm slow, but I read "has a 66-3 99% like new , no box. Blue. Original grips."

I'm guessing just a simple mistake in the Model number, in that sentence, but it had me confused.
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Sorry, I guess I'm slow, but I read "has a 66-3 99% like new , no box. Blue. Original grips."

I'm guessing just a simple mistake in the Model number, in that sentence, but it had me confused.
My mistake . It's a 19-3
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