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Old 01-30-2013, 05:10 PM   #21
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This is the only pic I have so far and the guys a good buddy of mine he said his dad gave it to him, he's just doing me a huge favor selling it for so cheap I'm not worried about it being stolen
Can't tell from the pic but i'd say that's NOT a S&W
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Old 01-31-2013, 04:10 PM   #22
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Darn well he's bringing it by this weekend so ill look at it and take some more pics thanks for the help so far everyone

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Definition of a Saturday night special is basically a low end poorly made gun,Smith and Wesson's are not poorly made,they are the best.I'm sure he was just referring to some kind of snub nose .38 made by S&W,and even in not great condition that's a good deal no matter the model if the cylinder locks up tight and it all checks out in shootable condition.
This was my thinking when I read the OP.
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Here's the smith an wesson 38 my buddy sold me sorry I took so long works been keepin me busy

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Thats no "Saturday night special ". It is a beautiful, reliable work of art, and will serve you well. Looks like a model 36 cheifs special, was, and still is, popular as a backup gun for law enforcement, can be found as an off duty weapon, and for concealed carry for many individuals (legal and criminal alike), though not as popular as it used to be.

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My friend just text me an said its a model 36 does this help?
For $ 150? A 36? Buy it. Buy it NOW!
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Check out the cylinder-I believe that's actually a model 10 with a 2" barrel.

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What am I checking the cylinder for? I'll try an get more pics

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What BS. A cheap gun (jennings) cost under $100.Been shooting it for 25 yrs. Never shot it on a saturday night.

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Check out the cylinder-I believe that's actually a model 10 with a 2" barrel.
Grips look like a Chief's Special to me.
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