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Old 12-04-2009, 11:39 PM   #1
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Ever since I shot the Model 66 I've had my eye out for one. Today I came across one and had to get it. I might have over paid a little, but I couldn't find one anywhere else. It seems to be in really good shape. See pics.

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Old 12-05-2009, 12:43 AM   #2
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Sweet little thang'.... congrats
Did you shoot it yet. How does it shoot ? Gonna keep it as it is, or are you going to modify it ?

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It looks excellent! And pinned and recessed is good.

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Nice find!! Beautiful handguns!!

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Sweet little thang'.... congrats
Did you shoot it yet. How does it shoot ? Gonna keep it as it is, or are you going to modify it ?
No. I shot one last weekend and that's what prompted me to buy one. Will leave as is. Trigger pull feels just like the other one (great!) and I like the sights as is.
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Round butt, recessed and pinned, looks to be in good shape. Nice find.

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The first "issue" these can develop is end shake cylinder. Close the cylinder and try to move it fore and aft. It should have a barely perceptable amount of movement. If it feels like there is any more movement than that, see my tutorial in the submit article section. I can look up the gap specs if you need them. I don't recall them as I have the specific gauges and don't have to measure it.

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Appreciate it Robo, good info. There seems to be very little movement at all, but I will read the tutorial anyways.

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NICE............

sometimes you just come across these things.

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Since it is a Model 19 base gun, using 158gr ammo would be advised. My M19-4 is outstanding. Enjoy!

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