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 WTT S&W M640 No Dash J-Frame .357 
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Looking to trade off a very nice S&W M640 no dash , I have had this for awhile and it has been taken care and has not been beat up or abused it is sporting a beautiful set of Badger Custom Boot Grips (I forget what kind of wood) this will come in the original hard blue factory case.

Im not really looking for anything in general , I just want something new lol

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Fri May 31, 2019 6:06 pm
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The grips look like they might be Cocobolo.

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Yea I totally forgot what kind of wood these were but thank you for the ID


Oh and TTT


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TTT? Theres no hammer?


Fri Jun 14, 2019 12:33 pm
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A tank you say? I have a very large aquarium with only minor leaks. If you're interested.

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Fri Jun 14, 2019 1:02 pm
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Pitbull wrote:
TTT? Theres no hammer?


To The Top

Since we're splitting hairs, there is a hammer, it's just enclosed by the frame :bigsmile:

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Fri Jun 14, 2019 1:03 pm
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hkcavalier wrote:
A tank you say? I have a very large aquarium with only minor leaks. If you're interested.


Only if it comes with a 200 year old Pleco....

And HK is correct, and not to split even more hairs this but model called a Centennial Frame.


Fri Jun 14, 2019 1:42 pm
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In smith speak, TTT would refer to 1)target hammer.
2) target trigger. 3) target grips/stocks. Unless ttt has some other meaning aside from indicating the target features on an s&w that im unaware of. Thats what ttt means in relation to a smith. The wee bobbed hammer wouldnt constitute the third t in the TTT designation. Not sure the boot grip would even get the second t. Maybe a code to bump ToTheTop?


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The hair has indeed been split...


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