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  1. S&W Revolvers 1945 to Present
    While setting up to help a friend sell his revolvers, I thought I'd pull these guys out for a group portrait. There's something about those N frames with 8 3/8" barrels! Models 629, 25-5, and 27-2.
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  3. S&W Revolvers 1945 to Present
    My neighbor has two guns that he has offered to sell me. He has no idea what they are worth, and hasn't fired them since he was a Police Officer 40 years ago. I need a ball park value on them. I found a value on Blue Book of Gun Values for the model 19, but not for the model 27. He has a...
  4. S&W Revolvers 1945 to Present
    So I've been enjoy a nice new Model 27 Classic for the last year or so, and since I shoot mainly cast hand loads I didn't really notice this until recently, but the gun spits with jacketed bullets, badly. I never wear glasses when I shoot, but if I put a jacketed bullet through this thing it's a...
  5. S&W Revolvers 1945 to Present
    Hopefully this question is not a nuisance. I am new to this forum and will soon purchase my first revolver. I have enjoyed shooting for years, but own only semi-auto pistols. My 1911 is my favorite. I like the way it feels in my hands. I like the way it looks. I like its comfortable recoil. For...
  6. S&W Revolvers 1945 to Present
    Can anyone help identify the year of manufacture and any significant details concerning two revolvers? Serial numbers are N65231* and N75527*. Thanks for your help. I am new to this forum and will soon be a new Smith owner - after I figure out what revolver I am buying.
  7. S&W Revolvers 1945 to Present
    I have owned this Model 27 over 40 years. It has ridden in many pickup trucks and many hunting trips. I am getting to old to hunt and plan on leaving it to my son. I dropped the gun and broke the hammer spur and bent the rear sight, about 25 years ago. I have replaced them. Since I bought...
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