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Old 06-14-2018, 09:31 PM
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I would ask they produce blued versions of the 460 and 500 revolvers.
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Bring back the CS-9 and 952 in high polish blue!
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Bring back real bluing, not the --- they are using now.
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Bring back the beautiful S&W high polish nickel finish while you are at it. I might be tempted to buy some new manufacture revolvers if they were done in nickel, like the new model 19.
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I would love to have a perfect or close 19 2-4in, 2-4in 586....NEVER see 586 or 19s for sale round here. Maybe a 19 every once in a blue moon (no pun intended) but they always want WAY more then they are worth.
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