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    AIM Surplus has some 10-14s. They have the soul-leak on them.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephanie B View Post
    AIM Surplus has some 10-14s. They have the soul-leak on them.


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    Looks like the 10-8's have dried up.

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    Oh wait! Looky what I found!

    http://www.jgsales.com/smith-wesson-...w-p-58162.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheeler View Post
    Looks like the 10-8's have dried up.

    ETA:

    Oh wait! Looky what I found!

    http://www.jgsales.com/smith-wesson-...w-p-58162.html
    So tempting.


    What would you want to look at to make these shooters? These might be worth looking at for my mom and dad.
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    So tempting.


    What would you want to look at to make these shooters? These might be worth looking at for my mom and dad.
    A good cleaning, a box of ammo to verify function and some quality defensive ammo and they should be ready for decades of sock drawer duty.
    I was into 10mm Auto before it sold out and went mainstream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheNewbie View Post
    So tempting.


    What would you want to look at to make these shooters? These might be worth looking at for my mom and dad.
    I acquired one locally. I painted the front sight, wiped off most of the crap, took off the factory stocks and put on a slightly customized Hogue Monogrip, have about 200 rounds through it and am quite satisfied with it's performance thus far. It is a verifiable card splitter at five yards.Name:  31946310_10216889401376229_5679617898432167936_n.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheeler View Post
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    That looks just like the sight picture of the 4" Model 10 round butt I picked up cheap at a FLGS. I first got it because it had factory stocks and a Tyler-T grip that I wanted or my 3" Model 65. So I swapped the grips with the 65 then for S&Gs painted the 10's front sight red over a white base, shot it at practice for a season and then turned it for what I originally paid. It was also a tack driver but for some unknown reason just didn't make the cut as a keeper.
    You can only fight the way you practice

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    I only knew one Officer back in the day that owned a S&W model 67 as a duty gun. I don't recall a single department that ever issued the gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inspector71 View Post
    I only knew one Officer back in the day that owned a S&W model 67 as a duty gun. I don't recall a single department that ever issued the gun.
    I thought LAPD did .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inspector71 View Post
    I only knew one Officer back in the day that owned a S&W model 67 as a duty gun. I don't recall a single department that ever issued the gun.
    The M15 (blued version of the M67) had a following here in VA forty or so years ago. Alexandria PD issued them and my place still had a few in inventory when I started in ‘81. Our last OIS was with an M15 about 40 years ago.

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    I'm pretty sure the Baton Rouge, LA PD issued them.

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