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    I got a S&W model 36 serial no ccs7259 nickel. Which year was that made and what can u tell me about?
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    Hi, welcome, Jan. 1998. Also I moved this to the correct forum! Also, we like pictures! LOL

    It's a .38 special built on the J frame. I doubt it's chrome, either nickle or stainless. But it could be chrome if someone had it hard chromed.
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    ccs7259 left the factory January 1998.
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    36 no dash

    Hello. I need information on this lovely piece with the serial no. Ccs7259. Chrome or stainless? Any information would be lovely. Thank you
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    And ist +p capable or what? Which grain is suitable?

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    I don't have the book in front of me to date the gun, but if it is marked as a model 36 then that is a nickel plated finish. Smith & Wesson 38 Special revolvers with fixed sights are calibrated for 158gr ammunition. I believe on the S&W website somewhere it says that all the model number marked revolvers are safe for plus P, but it does accelerate wear on them so its best to shoot mainly standard pressure ammo at the range

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    to the forums from the Wiregrass!
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    Shipped 1998. Nickel. The stainless version is the Model 60.
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    Welcome to the forum!

    + P loads are safe in your snub nose. You will get tired of the recoil in a small revolver LONG before it becomes an issue for the pistol.
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