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I'm trying to find information on Mod 36 Smith & Wesson .38 Special 5 sgot revolver. It belonged to the late father of a coworker. I'm trying to help her find out what it is worth.

Anyone have access to Smith & Wesson serial numbers guides? I would like to buy it from her, but I want to be sure I am not cheating her and her family.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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You might try Books-A-Million. Then you could look up the serial and not have to buy the book. Or you can peruse the Big Book of Gun Values and get an idea of the worth.
 

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Anyone have access to Smith & Wesson serial numbers guides? I would like to buy it from her, but I want to be sure I am not cheating her and her family.:)
I just wrote to David Valenze [email protected] about a Model 36 I have and he told me the year it was made. Just provide the serial number and the gun model number with your email and he should be able to help you.

As for value check the gun auction pages, it'll depend on several factors, condition, age, any extra's on it, ect ... they generally run from about $300.00 to $600.00 for used ones unless it's engraved or something special.

Good luck ..
 

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Any info would be awsome!

I have a .30-06 Smith And wesson

Serial
#327616

Made In Sweden

it also has a C stamped on the barrel as well as Nitro with the initials LS with a crown on top

That is the only information I have on the gun and would love to learn more ;)
 
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