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Old 07-01-2011, 05:47 PM   #1
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I am looking at a s&w model 10-7 2 inch barrel in very fine condition--would grade easy NRA 97% Ser. no. 5D979xx. grips are numbered to the gun and are in excellent cond.(round frame). Any idea when this was made. I have other smiths--several model 10s-model 57 no dash. mod.629-2 mod. 36 but no mod 10 short barrel. I know I can get this for $300. I would appreciate any comments or advice. Thanks in advance

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Old 07-01-2011, 10:50 PM   #2
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out here that is about the going price.

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Call S&W or send them an email.

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I am looking at a s&w model 10-7 2 inch barrel in very fine condition--would grade easy NRA 97% Ser. no. 5D979xx. grips are numbered to the gun and are in excellent cond.(round frame). Any idea when this was made. I have other smiths--several model 10s-model 57 no dash. mod.629-2 mod. 36 but no mod 10 short barrel. I know I can get this for $300. I would appreciate any comments or advice. Thanks in advance
$300 for a S&W10 is a BIT high IMO-
Not a ripoff by any means but you can do better-
There are literly zillions out there to be had
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I've checked around and a model10-7 with a 2 inch barrel in very good condition are a little hard to come by. I wen't out and bought it and I'll try to post some pics if I can get this old computer to work. not to bad for a 1979 revolver

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Nice looking pistol, I think you did fine paying $300 for it. They are hard to find in my area in that good of condition.

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That S&W is definitely a value at $300, IMHO every day.

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