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Smith & Wesson M19-4 357 Magnum, $450-$750

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GUN TESTS GRADE: A
Testers understood why the Model 19-4 was such a popular revolver back in the day. This was an older "pre-lock" revolver we would seek out to buy, enjoy, and pass down.

Smith & Wesson M19-4 357 Magnum, $450-$750

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The S&W had a hand-filling grip that helped reduce felt recoil.
The chambers were countersunk so the cartridge bases sat flush.
The backstrap was serrated and exposed between the stocks. This transmits recoil.
The Magnagrip flared at the bottom, making the Model 19-4 a handful.
This Model 19-4 was tight and looked like it had not been fired much.

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