SMITH & WESSON MODEL 19

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Manufactured mid-century and sometimes referred to as the “peace officer’s dream,” the Smith & Wesson Model 19 is a medium sized, K-frame revolver chambered in 357 Mag. It was originally known as the 357 Combat Magnum. It features adjustable rear sights, as well as a full-target or semi-target hammer and serrated wide target or combat-type trigger. The Model 19 is available in blued carbon steel or nickel-plated steel with either wood or textured rubber combat grips.

• Chambered in 357 Mag
• Adjustable rear sights
• Wood or rubber combat grips
• Blued carbon or nickel-plated steel

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