By the way, some Smiths have a lot of numbers on them. Availability subject to applicable federal, state and local laws, regulations, and ordinances. There is no erosion in the bore. Of course, no improvement comes free. We work hard to bring the best Glock Forum! The target grips cover this on the K-38, so I have to remove them to see it. The engineering change on the model 66 to -2 was made in 1982, and -3 was made in 1986, so your gun was made sometime during that time frame.
Check again on the butt and inside the crane and let us know what you find. Keep in mind that many Smith and Wesson guns produced before 1957 did not have a serial number stamped on them. Overall Condition: This handgun retains about 98% of its metal finish. I need to know what caliber it is and approximate mfg. Buyer must comply with all relevant laws. Some time in the near future I will not be able to maintain the web site. Please leave feedback when the gun is happily received, we will leave feedback in return.
You can hunt small game with the. Any info you can provide about the gun I would be most grateful. It should also say Highway Patrolman on the barrel and the serial number you gave if it had an S would place this revolver as a very early pre model 28 made in 1955. I'm technology challanged when it comes to posting pics. Even today, there are those who look favorably toward the. Beautiful, football cutout walnut target stocks are in great shape. We have an old thread on posting pictures,.
I'll work on getting some pics posted this evening. The grips rate in about Very Good overall condition. I have already discovered a Mod 36 I have was made in 1963, only two Smiths I own. By the way this revolver is either brushed nickle or stainless and in very good condition. Getting the year right on your gun is pretty good. The other numbers on the gun are all manufacting assembly or inspection codes. There is not even any wear on the tip of the barrel.
The revolver should have an S in front of the serial number if it's an N frame from that period. Good hearing protection is absolutely required when shooting but especially so with a. Savage-a company that seems to always have been ready to spring into action on short notice-brought forth the Model 24 to harness this peppy little rimfire in short order as well. Being that the one you are speaking of may be from 1959 it will be a Four screw series gun, and 1959 was the very first Year for the model 48. There will most likely be a sizable gap between the letter and the numbers, but it is still part of the serial number. Bushee 288 5 blue 50 1 297 5 1 299 6 1 308 6 Blue 1 309 5 Blue 0 1 Pin in grip 310 5 1 312 5 blue 0 1 Inscribed C.
Buyer Tip: If you're the High Bidder in an auction when it closes, don't assume you're the final High Bidder. Unlock additional features, and fewer ads while browsing. The Model 48 holds 6-rounds of. Overall Condition: This gun retains about 80% of its metal finish. The left panel bottom edge has some edge wear and roughness. Buyer Tip: Seller assumes all responsibility for listing this item.
Type of Finish: Blue Finish Originality: All Original Bore Condition: The bore is bright and the rifling is sharp. I personally would not remove the side plate on a new gun. Edit: looking around, age doesn't seem to effect value much. No returns are accepted on layaway items and the item will be considered abandoned after 60 days. Payne 1863 324 5 blue 50 2 No pin in grip. The only model 48 I find in the Blue Book 49 2008, newest one I found first is slightly different then you describe. For those Smith Wesson with serial numbers, see the pictures below to find where to look.
Supplied with full moon clips. If the gun is an N-frame and has a checkered topstrap, then its a Model 27. Our dream was to write a book on the model number 2 Army. That could help narrow down the date of manufacture. I guess we would really need to see pictures of the revolver to help you identify it. On the side of it's barrel it is a model 17 Not a 48.