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    Smith & Wesson Model 60 (No Dash) Excellent ++ ***SPF***

    A nice little Smith model 60 (no dash) 38spl made between 1969-72...very early gun..these will be very collectable in the future..$455.00 Plus $25.00 Shipping
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    Forgive my stupity! Btt?

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    jimmy,

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    gotcha thanks!

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    Potential Buyer Reneged Wife Control Gun is relisted
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    You need them to have their wife sign a permission slip before you enter into a deal.
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    You got it for much less than the one I sold about 6 months ago. the M-60 is an amazing revolver. Looking back I wish I hadn't sold mine, but it is what it is, and I can't go back in time to fix my stupidity.
    That's a very clean shooter you've got there. I'm sure you'll enjoy having it around. They shoot very nicely, and the balance is very good too.
    Enjoy it in good health.

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    Cool

    Took me couple years to find mine a few months back.

    Did a favor in helping to sell some guns for a recently widowed lady.

    She gave me a good deal on the Model 60-1 which only had one burn ring on one cylinder.

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    She would not sell me the Model 66 2 1/2" RB she also had.

    Said she promised it to her brother for his first gun. Tried everything but she would not budge.

    Maybe not selling your Model 60 is a message to keep it. Just saying.

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    Can I ask.....why the Moderaters are allowing all of these extraneous posts to remain? When I made a post, asking a question......it was deleted! What gives? Bob
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