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Old 01-22-2019, 01:14 PM
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Then I would think it would be pertinent to combine the S&W 10 and 15 into one page, too. Guns with far more significant differences than just the sights share pages (e.g., the SIG P220 and P239), so why is a different standard applied with these (and probably other) revolvers?
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