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    Help me get a value on a M-60 no dash, 2" Stainless

    I have a friend that's considering selling or trading one of his wheelguns to me.
    It's a Round Butt, Model 60(no dash), 2" barrel .38 Spl., (not a .357)complete, box, all the papers, tools never used.
    Both sets of stocks too. Serial #R28631X, Original code on the box for the stocks is (R).
    It is in 98% or better, Never fired, with just a note of a turn line. My friend has never fired it since he got it in a trade.
    He's asking $550, is that reasonable?
    He sent me this picture too.

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    Re: Help me get a value on a M-60 no dash, 2" Stainless

    Around here that would be a very good price.
    But see if he will take less, offer $500.00 or maybe meet in the middle at $525.00.

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    Re: Help me get a value on a M-60 no dash, 2" Stainless

    Thats the price around here 500 plus with the box, Forget market prices, for 500 bucks no better carry gun exist than a 60 Plastic M&P's and Glocks cost that much. That one is not only useful it's collectable and will not loose value.

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    Re: Help me get a value on a M-60 no dash, 2" Stainless

    I really want a model 60, so I can trade it for a model 19-4 that I sold off a while back. and I just can't live without. I need my M-19 back in my collection. I feel hollow without it.
    Teach them the truth, and let them sort thru the cobwebs of liberalism that have infested their minds.
    When the time comes that I don't want a new gun, call the undertaker!
    When they come for your guns, give them the ammo first!
    .45 ACP, Because shooting twice is just plain silly!


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    Re: Help me get a value on a M-60 no dash, 2" Stainless

    Gearchecker.
    The one in my pocket, R 319329 cost about 400 used and a great condition new should cost 500 or up. Mine rides around in a small Galco rough side out leather pocket holster. Very light and very comfortable.
    I shoot a couple cylinders full of .38 Special thru it when I go plinking. I seem to do better in double action than single action.
    I have found this to be a much more practical pocket gun than the 696 I packed around for a while.
    Get the best bargain you can, you will enjoy the gun.
    If you want a pocket gun get the 60, if you want a belt gun get the 19.
    Bill@Yuma

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    Re: Help me get a value on a M-60 no dash, 2" Stainless

    I've got a Bucheimer holster that will be a perfect fit for it.
    Thanks for all the great comments. I'll keep watching the thread a bit longer to figure out where I'm going to go with it.
    Teach them the truth, and let them sort thru the cobwebs of liberalism that have infested their minds.
    When the time comes that I don't want a new gun, call the undertaker!
    When they come for your guns, give them the ammo first!
    .45 ACP, Because shooting twice is just plain silly!


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    Re: Help me get a value on a M-60 no dash, 2" Stainless

    I agree with Bob. If you want a shooter, not a collecter piece, get a used Police Trade-in, if you can. They have outside surface wear from carrying, but, they are shot very little. They shoot like a new gun!!!! You won't have to worry about destroying the value. These should be available in the $250-$300 range.

    If you want a CCW revolver, like a M-60, buying it NIB, is expensive ($500) and you won't want to carry it. I've got several excellent CCW revolvers, that were NIB, and I don't carry them! (I shoot them alittle, though!)

    Instead, I choose to carry the old, Police trade in M-36, that looks a little beat up, about 95% of the time. I bought it for $200 a long time ago, to be used for a carry gun. Bob
    When you want the BEST! Bob

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    Re: Help me get a value on a M-60 no dash, 2" Stainless

    I'm a first day newbee here so I apologize if this is off topic. Just got one like gearchecker. In the box all the works inside, doesn't look like it's ever been fired. From a friend who offered it cause were close and cause it was from another friend who needed to liquidate belongings. Sweet deal, $250. Jumped on it with cash muy pronto. Just want to know the approximate year manufactured. Serial # R3061XX. I've read I can buy a book with S&W info., just hoped someone had one handy and would take a quick look for me.

    TIA, HD

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    Re: Help me get a value on a M-60 no dash, 2" Stainless

    With that # 1982


 

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