WTS OR S&W Model 19-4 4" .357 Nickel Plated $500!!!

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  1. eganx

    eganx
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    I have a S&W model 19-4 with 4 inch barrel, nickel plated, recessed cylinder(pre 82 I guess), original grips. It is in great condition aside from a nick in the nickel plating on the back of the frame. I will get more detailed pictures ASAP. Nice gun, wish I could keep it. $500

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  2. tommy98466

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    Didn't this come with wood grips originally?
     
  3. eganx

    eganx
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    Ya know, I dont know. I was told these were original, I took the screw out and peeled them back and saw Smith&Wesson on the under side so I assumed they were. Could be wrong though, wouldn't be the first time
     
  4. SynapticSilence

    SynapticSilence
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    My Model 29-5 came with those same grips and I think others of that era did as well. I just think the wood grips are more well known.
     
  5. taroman

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    In this guns era, all S&W Model 19s were always shipped with wood grips.
     
  6. tommy98466

    tommy98466
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    That's what I thought.
     
  7. Blitzkrieg

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    Taroman is correct
     
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