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A Guide to Smith & Wesson .38 Special & .357 Magnum Revolvers

guide to smith wesson 38 special 357 magnum revolvers

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#21 Stainless45

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Posted March 05 2015 - 12:01 PM

Love my 442. No need for .357, +P is just fine for stopping power. DAO hammerless, and fits in your front pocket!

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Posted March 26 2015 - 01:40 PM

Picked up a S&W 500 magnum couple weeks back. Lotsafun!
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#23 MrMutzie

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Posted March 26 2015 - 01:50 PM

Picked up a S&W 500 magnum couple weeks back. Lotsafun!


How much you pay for it?

#24 blue70chevelle

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Posted March 26 2015 - 01:50 PM

how come the chart only mentions "Black" for finish option for every non-stainless gun. You do realize most of those guns were available in Nickel aswell right?

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Posted March 26 2015 - 01:55 PM

How much you pay for it?

1100 woulda paid more... :-).

#26 MrMutzie

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Posted March 26 2015 - 01:58 PM

1100 woulda paid more... :-).


That's a pretty sick price. A friend of mine was waiting for one for a while, I think he paid close to $1300.

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Posted November 11 2016 - 11:27 PM

Anybody have any info 36LS special edition

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#28 ljgsr

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Posted April 30 2017 - 10:42 AM

Hay gang, greetings from Tennessee. 

 This is my first time here.

I have recently acquired a fairly nice condition Pre-27 S&W N-frame 357 Magnum polished blue with a 3.5 inch barrel. The SN has an "S" in front. According to S&W from the SN it was made circa  (54-55). This is all the info I can muster at the moment. 

Can any of yall give me some more details, approx. value, etc?



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Posted April 30 2017 - 11:40 AM

Hay gang, greetings from Tennessee. 
 This is my first time here.
I have recently acquired a fairly nice condition Pre-27 S&W N-frame 357 Magnum polished blue with a 3.5 inch barrel. The SN has an "S" in front. According to S&W from the SN it was made circa  (54-55). This is all the info I can muster at the moment. 
Can any of yall give me some more details, approx. value, etc?

If it's all original bluing in mint condition. Price can vary $500-$1300 depending on having original box and papers. George S. Patton carried one.
It was called the Registered Magnum, The model 27 designation is considered one of the best quality made revolvers. The pinned and recessed chamber bring a slightly higher premium to collectors. If you can post pictures on the forum. You can always sell on here LOL.





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