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Old 07-23-2012, 04:03 PM   #1
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I got a question about a m64. Do they come in 357 mag? From the factory or modified


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I believe the M64 is .38 Spl only.
Check out the M66 (that is .357)


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M-64 was .38 Special. The M65 was same gun in .357 Mag. M66 was the Combat Masterpiece- target sights.
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Ok, thanks
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Does anyone know where I could find one online
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The m65 that is
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Bud's has the m657. You could also check some of the auction sites.
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M-64 was .38 Special. The M65 was same gun in .357 Mag. M66 was the Combat Masterpiece- target sights.
My memory may be off, but wasn't the Combat Masterpiece the .38 version and the Combat Magnum the .357 magnum version? It's been a lot of years, so I could be wrong.
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Doc- you are correct. To the OP- it is out of production. You can check gunbroker, auction arms, and guns america, or go for the current production version. The Model 65 is basically the Model 10 Military and Police, but in stainless steel, and 357 Magnum.
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The M-65 was made in two versions. One with a round butt and 3" barrel. The other with a square butt and 4" barrel. I have a 3" and love it. The heavy barrel really helps to tame the magnum recoil. Check Buds, KY Imports and the various auction sites. The are out there.


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