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    Chiefs special weight

    I have a Model 37, circa 1961, and I'm thinking of buying a model 637. Does anyone know the weight of either of these two models?

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    Re: Chiefs special weight

    Bob,

    The model 37 with 2" barrel weighs 12.5 oz and the 637, 13.5 oz.

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