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in a couple of thousand rds (or drysnaps) That's one of the reasons that almost no cops ever bothered with them. It was Smith and Wesson, for decades, having about 80% of the cop gun market, with Colt sucking WAY hind tit.
 

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in a couple of thousand rds (or drysnaps) That's one of the reasons that almost no cops ever bothered with them. It was Smith and Wesson, for decades, having about 80% of the cop gun market, with Colt sucking WAY hind tit.
Your mouth has been out of time, for quiet a long while, NUTTY JOHN ...
 

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in a couple of thousand rds (or drysnaps) That's one of the reasons that almost no cops ever bothered with them. It was Smith and Wesson, for decades, having about 80% of the cop gun market, with Colt sucking WAY hind tit.
Wrong again, John. Colt pretty much owned the police market for the first half of the 20th Century, with Smith & Wesson coming in second. S&W didn't really gain the sales edge until the sixties when Colt was so busy producing M-16's they neglected the police/civilian market. Try reading a BOOK, not just blathering on the internet.Colt Official Police, Colt Police Positive, Colt Trooper, Colt Python, Colt Detective Special, Colt Agent, etc. Who was carrying all these pistols? Drug dealers?
 
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