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    Quote Originally Posted by DonGlock26 View Post
    Very nice. The grips look great.
    S&W Performance Center actually gives you two grips with it along with the one shown, a full size black rubber grip is included in the box. I thought that was a nice touch, it will be much more comfortable on extended shooting days.

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    Shot the M19 Carry Comp for the first time today, what a sweet little carry gun. Smith and Wesson performance center did a great job with the trigger, lock up again very tight and that compensater does a hell of a job. The recoil of full load 357 is very tame. I shot it along side my bigger/heavier 4” 586-3 and the 19CC had noticeably less recoil. Another winner by S&W.

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    Shot both the 19 classic and the 19 Carry Comp together today, ran them both though several drills and came away very happy with both and no surprises. For faster double action drills the Carry Comp shined, in slower single action accuracy drills the classic shined...they are what I thought they were.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crusader View Post
    Shot the M19 Carry Comp for the first time today, what a sweet little carry gun. Smith and Wesson performance center did a great job with the trigger, lock up again very tight and that compensater does a hell of a job. The recoil of full load 357 is very tame. I shot it along side my bigger/heavier 4” 586-3 and the 19CC had noticeably less recoil. Another winner by S&W.

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    What calibers are these?

    Also have you given them a workout with those rubber grips?

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    All are 357/38, have not tried the rubber grips yet but will before too long. I expect them to be more comfortable and do a even better job soaking up the recoil.

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