PRICED REDUCED! I recently sold another Model 19 with that was once issued to a N.C, Game Warden. When the sale of that revolver was learned of by another retired Game Warden he offered me the one he'd carried at the begionning of his years as a game warden. It was made in 1975 and appears almost new. His Model 19 has a pinned barrel and recessed chambers. The bright nickel finish is perfect. The original walnut grips still look new because the revolver wore an included set of extra Pachmayr grips the entire time that it was in his possession. This revolver has a fine bore and mechanicals that function perfectly. The perfect ribbed trigger and the service hammer with a checkered thumb pad are also nickel. Together they provide a very smooth DA trigger pull as well as a SA let off as crisp as a glass rod snapping. The adjustable blued rear sight has a solid blue rear blade and a ramped front with a red ramp insert along with the entire topstrap being grooved. This weapon was fired little as can be see by a lack of a cylinder ring. The original wooden grips don't fit perfectly which ia why the former owner's installing the Pachmayr rubber grips. All in all this is the best 38 year old revolver carried by a LE Officer I've ever seen. I wish the grips did fit perfectly because if the did it would be worth another $75 more. The Pachmyar will also be included.
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