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It's a "pre Model 10" Military and Police from the 1950's. It later became the Model 10.
The 6" barrel is fairly uncommon and adds some to its value.
Keep it clean and lubricated with quality gun oil and your grandkids will still be shooting it.
 

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P7 68866 is an assembly number used by the factory to keep fitted parts together through the finishing & assembly process, and has no meaning now. As was posted above, its a Military & Police model from the early 50's before S&W used model numbers
 

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It's a "pre Model 10" Military and Police from the 1950's. It later became the Model 10.
The 6" barrel is fairly uncommon and adds some to its value.
Keep it clean and lubricated with quality gun oil and your grandkids will still be shooting it.
It's a "pre Model 10" Military and Police from the 1950's. It later became the Model 10.
The 6" barrel is fairly uncommon and adds some to its value.
Keep it clean and lubricated with quality gun oil and your grandkids will still be shooting it.
Thanks!
 

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My daughter shooting our 6" M&P. One of her favorite guns.

 

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Hi and welcome to the forum! Nice Military & Police revolver. Enjoy.
 
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Welcome to the forum. Very nice M&P and they are very accurate and fun to shoot.
 
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Hi Michele,

A warm welcome to the forum.


Visit often.
 
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Welcome from the Texas Panhandle, Ma'am.
 
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Welcome to the forums from the Wiregrass, pretty lady!
 
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