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Old 07-08-2011, 03:00 AM   #1
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Default Trying to find values on my S&Ws

I inherited a couple of old S&W revolvers, and I'm trying to determine the values. Both are approximately 4 1/2" barrels. The first is a break-down .32 caliber, maybe called a Police Special, Serial #90624. This probably dates back to the late 1800s or early 1900s, and I still have the orignal boxes for both pistols. The second, newer model has a serial #523380. I'm considering selling to a collector, or trading for a newer model carry gun. Anyone have an idea of value, or where I can go on-line to find values? thanks. Bamagunner. Reach me at:

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Old 07-08-2011, 12:35 PM   #2
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Need photos and model numbers.
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Like Cane said, "Need photos and model numbers".
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You could also go to the local Bass Pro Shop in Spanish Fort.
They have a book on gun values. (I think the local Wally World does too.)
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Its a bit hard to pin a price range for you without seeing the condition of the guns and knowing what models they are. I'm assuming by "break-down .32 caliber" you mean a break-top where the barrel and cylinder swing downward. Lots of these old revolvers have felt the force of time and werent always treated well so pictures would really help to see the condition and narrow down a few things to determine price.
I'm already surrounded by half-dead brainless people already, the zombie apocalypse would just give me a reason to be productive and get rid of them.
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