I hate to be the one to tell you this, ....... BUT, Smith & Wesson has had a lot of trouble with their Model 19 revolvers. (NOT that this takes anything away from the inherent beauty and superlative feel of the gun!) Historically, it's the trouble Smith had with their, 'K' frame Model 19's that brought about the invention of today's, 'L' frame revolvers.
Did you get taken? I don't think so. Use that Model 19 for all 38 Special, and MODERATELY CHARGED 357 Magnum cartridges; and you'll never have an experience like I did. (My S&W Model 19's forcing cone cracked; and the revolver's cylinder locked up in my hand and wouldn't let go.)
Smith & Wesson, then, did for me what they'd already done for many other original purchasers of Model 19's: The gave me a brand new, 'N' frame for free!