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. It's really a historic piece. But the trigger is not easy to miss without the guard. That was his idea, your finger falls right in place on the draw. He was a NY Trooper and had a bit of a LEO following. It would never fly by todays standards.That sure is purdy, Greg.....but I sure am glad that when snubbies became a regular production item, everyone decided the trigger guards needed to come back.