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Old 10-06-2013, 02:25 PM   #581
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Are those a aftermarket sights or factory? I like the look of them but I thought the moon clip 640 came with the same sights as regular j frames.
those are the factory sights. windage adjustable night sights, cut for moon clips from factory, no internal lock. but the sights were what sold me on the pro series.

sweet little gun, I really like it. when/if I get my CHL, it will likely be my pocket carry.
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those are the factory sights. windage adjustable night sights, cut for moon clips from factory, no internal lock. but the sights were what sold me on the pro series.

sweet little gun, I really like it. when/if I get my CHL, it will likely be my pocket carry.
No reason not to get your CHL. The requirements were lowered. I have gotten out of 5 speeding tickets with my CHL....
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4 inch gp100 .357 with adjustable fiber optic sight and Wilson Combat trigger spring kit.

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4 inch gp100 .357 with adjustable fiber optic sight and Wilson Combat trigger spring kit.
Nice gun. I like.
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Thx I'm real happy with it. The new sights help out so much. Had an accident a couple years ago that shifted the vision in my right eye some and now things are a lot more blurry than they used to be so these are a big improvement.
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Fantastic family. I didnt know king cobras were 357.
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J. P. Sauer & Sohn
Sauer Western Six Shooter in .357 Magnum
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That's a real interesting looking revolver. How old is that?
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according to the datecode, it`s from 1968/1969

One of the last produced revolvers by Sauer, before they became Sig Sauer and ponly produced semi automatic pistols.
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