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Browning T-bolt 22lr, Browning A bolt in 270.


The Smith and Wessons.

K-38 pre model 14 made 1954
Model 19-3 made 1975
Model 18-3 made 1970
Model 40 made 1968


I am pretty stoked about both sets of firearms. I have little use for the 270, but it's sale will cover a share of the cost on the tbolt. I have been jones'n for a 19, and 17/18. The model 40 is a BIG plus. I have only seen them rarely. The k-38, seems to be in great shape.
 
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Rock Island Auction? Congrats.
 
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Yep, My new source for crack. Here is a rare bird you might be interested in. It is in the july auction.

HK4
25acp
22lr
32acp
380 acp.

Factory 4 caliber kit.
https://www.rockislandauction....l-9-mm-kurz-380-auto
 
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Nah. No longer addicted to HK.
 
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That A-Bolt looks nice




The Enemy's gate is down.
 
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Nah. No longer addicted to HK.


No worries. They also have a steyr gb in there...
 
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Congratulations

I love my 17s and 18s

Lots of lead goes downrange in hose


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love my model 40. look and see if yours has the pin under the stocks to lock the grip safety down.
 
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love my model 40. look and see if yours has the pin under the stocks to lock the grip safety down.


I will, this has to be one that I am most excited about. I will probably carry it quite a bit.
 
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Well, everything arrived. Here are the Smith and Wesson revolvers. I am stoked with their condition.

the model 19, The grips are original grips, just not serialed to this gun.






The model 18. This one has original grips serialed to it.




The Model 40 Centennial. This one also has the original serialed grips.








The Pre 14 K-38. This has original grips, but they are serialed to a different gun.




 
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Very nice. Grips on the 19 kind of look like they might be Model 10 grips on my little iphone screen.




 
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Congrats. Christmas came early. Awesome looking revolvers. There is nothing quite like a blued S&W revolver.
 
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Wow! That's quite a haul! Beautiful classic Smiths. Very nice.


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Very nice. Grips on the 19 kind of look like they might be Model 10 grips on my little iphone screen.


They likely are. It should have target grips. They are original smith grips though
 
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Very nice pistols...…...I never get tired of looking at pictures of classic S+W pistols in pristine condition! I think I need to take my 6" 19 to the range.....it's been a while since I've shot it!
 
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