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Old 03-05-2009, 08:14 AM   #1
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Hi guys, I am new member. Great site. Good questions and replies. Lady friend of wife husband passed away. Has a S&W .38 special SS very good condition. I have not seen it yet do to working hours. I may want to buy it, after I see it. Want to give her a fair price. The s/n is0651xx. Need to know age of revolver. Any help would be welcome. Thanks, Tony-M

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Old 03-05-2009, 11:39 PM   #2
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Hi guys, I am new member. Great site. Good questions and replies. Lady friend of wife husband passed away. Has a S&W .38 special SS very good condition. I have not seen it yet do to working hours. I may want to buy it, after I see it. Want to give her a fair price. The s/n is0651xx. Need to know age of revolver. Any help would be welcome. Thanks, Tony-M
Tony, welcome to the forum. You should go to the intro section to let all know of your new membership Will need to know more about the 38 Spl.-Model#, barrel length,etc. Again welcome+speak up
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Thanks BILLYBOB I'll do that ASAP.

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Tony-M, you might be able to get a pretty good history straight from S&W. If you have the complete serial number, they should be able to tell you just about anything you could desire to know about it (other than an ownership trail).

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Pm me with details and I can look it up in the Blue Book. Good place to start.

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5 shot, probably a model 60. 6 shot fixed sight, model 64. 6 shot adjustable sights, model 67.

Really good condition, $200-$250.

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