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Some folks, I have seen, become upset at hearing the lock refered to as an "ignition switch".
How about you ?
Just curious, have seen it multiple times.
I wouldn’t be upset with someone calling the lock on a S&W an “ignition switch” but I would question their firearms knowledge.

Only S&W I ever had with a lock was a N frame Model 22 .45 ACP. Figured if I left it alone, it wouldn’t mess up.
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pastor and i have them, and they are common now, hope it fades away.

Come quickly, Lord Jesus
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Your comment on pinned and recessed made me chuckle. 😀

Have a lead on a 8 3/8” K17. Early 70’s vintage. Have my fingers crossed..
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I've checked the fine print, I am sure it is ok, so I'll be praying for you.
I see the Rock Island Armory revolvers have recessed cylinders.
I've seen videos of their machine shops, they get they're pound of flesh
out of the workers.
Praying it works out perfectly

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You must run in a strange crowd. I can't say I've ever heard it referred to in that way before. But then I have noticed that the younger crowd are speaking a totally different language than I grew up speaking. Most of the time I have no clue what they are talking about.
That's alright they seldom know either.
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