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Old 07-15-2017, 06:23 PM
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Default Last Year for 6" Model 10?

What was the last year for production of the 6 inch barrel on the Model 10? Just picked up a nice 10-7 6 inch in the 4D serial range and was curious.
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You know, that's a good question. And what about five-inch barrels?
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You know, that's a good question. And what about five-inch barrels?
The Standard Catalog 4th Ed. lists a 10-9 5-inch blued with SBPC grips marked "RCMP GRC" with serial BHB2061 among the Model 10 variations. Serial puts it in 1991.

I've found a 6-inch 10-7 in the 5D serial range on GB.
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