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I just bought a 4 M19. Nickel. It comes with the Box docs etc. grips are incorrect. S/N 48K3660. I have a couple 2 1/2s.

This is my 1st 4 S&W. I invested 699.95

Anything yall can tell me would be appreciated.

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Made in 1979. Nickel and corresponding box are nice.

Stocks are not original, as you noted.

Price was fine.
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Made in 1979. Nickel and corresponding box are nice.

Stocks are not original, as you noted.

Price was fine.
Thanks sir, do know by chance what are a pair of correct stocks or SB combats will run?
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