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Used S&W Police Model 10 38sp Square Butt [VPD104]
by Lawrence R
Date Added: Thursday 15 September, 2011
The revolver showed lots of holster wear and a couple of scratches, which I expected. This has nothing to do with why I gave the gun a neutral rating. It was tight and locked up fine. At the range, I made a new discovery. Teaching my Grandson about single action fire (breath control, etc.) the weapon worked flawlessly. Upon begining double action fire if the trigger was released slowly (as opposed to snapping back in rapid fire) it would sometimes not engage the hammer. Thus the cylinder would advance but the hammer would not be engaged. If the trigger is pushed forward only a fraction of a mm it works fine. One would hope that its just a weak spring or the like. I am somewhat dissapointed as I bought this to be a utility grade shooter, but its a good solid Model 10. So I guess I will invest a few bucks, rework the insides and refinish it to what it can be.