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They can speak for themselves. A pair of excellent condition S&W Model 60's. No dash, and no flaws in finish. Wearing the same grips they were born with. I am getting old and have nobody to pass them down to. So I should sell them and take a vacation. But I'm just not ready to let them go. Who can explain these things? ~ 1CavGrunt
 

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I would like to have a discussion with folks who might get philosophical and help me understand why we like (love) these things so much. I had a bad health scare two years ago, and I realized that I will kick the bucket one of these days, and then I will be leaving my poor wife a whole bunch of firearms, which she will be stuck with and not know how to sell. And I really should get rid of them and leave her something sensible. Like cash, for instance. So I sold a bunch of guns all at once, and promised myself I would stop "accumulating" them. Now I'm feeling better, and I just couldn't let go of them all, and in fact, I am getting the hots for a couple new ones! Who can explain this syndrome that some of us suffer from? And who would like to come forward and admit they are also afflicted in this way. Anybody? Hah, anybody?
 

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Maybe I'm in the wrong place. I'm looking for folks with older S&W Revolvers. Maybe start with the Famed Model 60, since I have a couple which I have photos of for showing off purposes. I am open to suggestions about moving my posts somewhere else if that is possible.
 
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