Airweights have aluminum frames. If the gun passes the tests of timing, end shake, etc., that $120 price says to me that the seller (a) doesn't have a clue what the hell he has, (b) likes you an awful lot, (c) is in flat-out desperate need of a hundred and twenty bucks, or (d) is in posession of something hotter than a twelve-dollar plasma TV. You be the judge, but I'd damn sure check where he got the piece and how he settled on that price. Today's market for good J-frame revolvers is insane.
Of course, the gun could be a junker as well.
"Don't let macho be your epitaph."
Last edited by shouldazagged; 03-19-2013 at 11:04 PM.