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Old 01-21-2012, 04:31 PM
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As long as we're consistent, I don't care. I would rather merge than separate stainless from blued versions, but I'll defer to majority opinion on this.
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Old 02-02-2012, 05:06 AM
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1) Keep the pages grouped if the later versions don't look ANY DIFFERENT visually than the previous ones. Like the alloy vs blued steel versions of the Smith & Wesson Model 38/49 . (of course NICKEL PLATED versions are grouped with the blued models because they are a minor subset). The hammerless would get their own page as a distinct model number.

2) Separate out the Stainless Steel versions, primarily because they DO look so different. So the Model 29 and the Model 629 get their own pages, etc.
I'm in the process of fixing up all the Smith & Wesson Pages. I'm going to go ahead as split them up based on MPM's advice here. Sound good?
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