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Old 12-12-2012, 02:41 PM
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When did S&W stop to make tapered (pencil barrel) barrel models 10? Which dash was it?
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I had a tapered barrel 10-7 in nickel, I'm thinking 10-8's, but I've been known to be wrong! I know it, I don't believe it either.
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I had a tapered barrel 10-7 in nickel, I'm thinking 10-8's, but I've been known to be wrong! I know it, I don't believe it either.
Thanks for the answer, I ‘d appreciate it.
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The last regularly cataloged standard barrel model 10 was the -9 sometime in the late 1980s (I think), but according to a recent thread some were made as parts cleanup guns several years after this.
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The last regularly cataloged standard barrel model 10 was the -9 sometime in the late 1980s (I think), but according to a recent thread some were made as parts cleanup guns several years after this.
Thank for the answer, I havenīt seen it until today. It was very helpful too.

I was confused because Iīve seen this information:

10-11 -- 1997 -- Int. Eng. and Frame Change/MIM Hammer on Tapered Barrel Version -- 3 Screw
10-12 -- 1997 -- Int. Eng. and Frame Change/MIM Hammer on Heavy Barrel Version -- 3 Screw

And a friend of mine has a model 10-11, but it is a heavy barrel instead a tapered barrel. So according with your answer the above information is incorrect as I suspected.

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