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Welp, the revolvers just keep on multiplying in my safe!
The 640 finally got out of the 3 day waiting period (don't get me started on Vermont turning all Fascist of late) and joined it's bigger 'Smith brethren.
Range day tomorrow, as it will be a balmy 40 degrees in VT and I have the week off (being a teacher has some benefits).
Full report to follow. I have 38 Spec, 38+P and 357 magnum to feed this hungry trio and will get back to y'all with results.
New leather waiting at the post office too.... TT Gunleather for the 19/66 snubs.
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To state the obvious…. They’re gonna keep multiplying. Don’t ask me how I know! Good looking group!
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14 of my 16 S&W's are revolvers. I'm always on the lookout for more!

A Smith is the best way to go through life!

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That model 19 pictured… what vintage is that, and what grips? Looks nice! I’ve always been tempted to add a 19 or 66 snub…
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...and yet they've been permit-less carry like forever. Go figure. Sorry to see it. Blame it on Massachusetts.
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That model 19 pictured… what vintage is that, and what grips? Looks nice! I’ve always been tempted to add a 19 or 66 snub…
The 19 is a "dash 7" variant.
It seems to mirror the -4 variant of my 66 snub regarding features and changes.

I'd actually like to know the "born-on" date and should post serial number here to ask for help on that.

I think the 19-7 was made in the mid to late 1990s?
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...and yet they've been permit-less carry like forever. Go figure. Sorry to see it. Blame it on Massachusetts.
No sir, I blame it on the wealthy New Yorkers who move to VT to get away from NY and then get involved in politics in order to make it more like... NY?!!

Vermont went from NO restrictive gun laws to now having magazine restrictions (10 round mag limit for rifles, 15 round limit for handguns), no private sales, raised the minimum age to buy a rifle (from 18 to 21) and the 3 day waiting period.
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No sir, I blame it on the wealthy New Yorkers who move to VT to get away from NY and then get involved in politics in order to make it more like... NY?!!

Vermont went from NO restrictive gun laws to now having magazine restrictions (10 round mag limit for rifles, 15 round limit for handguns), no private sales, raised the minimum age to buy a rifle (from 18 to 21) and the 3 day waiting period.
Dang, that sucks, and here I remember Vermont as the truly "Live Free or Die" state.

Good for you on the acquisitions!
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I put mood lighting, sexy music and a hot-oil tub in my gun safe. Started with a Lady Smith and a Highway Patrolman and now I have a family of 20-something. They sure do multiply!
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No sir, I blame it on the wealthy New Yorkers who move to VT to get away from NY and then get involved in politics in order to make it more like... NY?!!

Vermont went from NO restrictive gun laws to now having magazine restrictions (10 round mag limit for rifles, 15 round limit for handguns), no private sales, raised the minimum age to buy a rifle (from 18 to 21) and the 3 day waiting period.
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