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Picked up this blem for cheap apparently cosmetic according to box.

All i seen was a slight discoloration above trigger guard and small scratch.

I guess they put a x after the serial number to show it was a blem.

For the price i don't care.

Needs a good cleaning and some rounds down range


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Looks fine to me. If it goes bang and gets on target I'd say you have done well!
 

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Looks fine to me. If it goes bang and gets on target I'd say you have done well!
agreed.... I'd be all in for saving some money on a blem revolver like that. Great choice too. Enjoy.
 
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Gonna try to get out and shoot the 85 this weekend....Pretty confident it will just as good as the first one i had and traded in
i am learning from my mistakes.
 

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Congrats!

You snagged a real beauty.
 
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Congrats..:cool:
 

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A gun with out a scratch, is an unloved gun. Stop gun abuse. Shoot'em and shoot'em somor. :)
 
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I bought a Taurus blem M17 6.5" - blem was Tracker logo on barrel was almost not readable - guess bad stamping - otherwise fine new condition. I've spent more on scope, scope mount, holster and shooting stick for it than cost of M17.
 

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Really?...................
 
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