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Old 04-16-2013, 03:42 AM
Mehutch Mehutch is offline
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In the majority of cases, it makes more sense just to buy a second gun. You spend maybe $450 and end up with two guns or spend $300 and end up with one gun of unknown reliability. Frames often get weakened or tweaked during barrel swap unless it is done exactly right.

I took out my S&W 686-4 6" SS 7 shot to have a long look and decided 6" is good, it's a keeper. I have a 4" in blue, 7 shot, I guess I am ok with it. What was I thinking?
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Old 04-19-2013, 06:12 PM
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Can't believe I missed this completely unacceptable flaw when I was eyeing her in the shop.

*** was S&W thinking when they let this one clear QC, or perhaps S&W has no QC...

Was the machinist drunk when they cut this one?

Its a Performance Center TALO gun...



Picky, picky, picky .......

I like Smiths, especially the older handguns. But their PC work has never particularly impressed me even when done right.
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