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Vintage S&W revolver thread

Discussion in 'Photo Album' started by dlbleak, Apr 29, 2017.

  1. granite guy charles

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    Screenshot_20200802-110953_Chrome.jpg Pardon my lack of wheel gun knowledge but is this not a pinned barrel?
     
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    No. The pin on a pinned barrel Smith is on the other end of the barrel at the front of the frame.
     
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    Ahhh, thanks.. ill look up the serial number
     
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    The pic of zipty’s model 30 shows the pin well.
     
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    So I found it out... Per S&W database. Its a early 82 model. Real 36 ( no dash) and 82 was the first year of no pinned barrel. Its serial number J930_ _ _ (And the last 3 are numbers) What do the experts feel is a fair value tradewise as I think im just not a wheel gun guy and am going to look to trade it for another CZ 9mm
     
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    Ah man, every collection has to have a wheel gun in it! Hang on to that one, Flitz it up and put some woods on it. Nothing more iconic than a J frame.
     
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    Yeah, but im not a chrome guy and to make it how I would like it... i would ruin the value.
     
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    Whoa....I think he oughta sell me that dirty old gun. I know what to do for it.
     
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    I'd make it tungsten graphite with grey nills grips. Fiber sight and carbon trigger and controls.
     
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    Being pre-lock and pre-MIM it'll bring a premium.

    Please don't ceracoat that little guy. It's great on autos but just doesn't "work" on revos. ETA: It's like a really bad boob job. Just ain't natural! :D
     
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