It means the gun isn't really that old. S&W made, literally, millions of them. Depending on who made the target stocks, they may be worth more than the gun. Considerably more.Thanks all for the comment.
As checked, it shown as 10-6 on the cylinder.
So what doest in mean ? Lol
Not to me! They're the best thing about it, in my opinion. How many late-model 10s are on the market at any given time? Anybody looking to buy one is going to have PLENTY of choices! Of course, it's better to have the originals also, if they can be found, but if they can't, the present owner needn't be too upset about it.The aftermarket grips may be nice, but they negatively impact the value of the revolver