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It's loaded. Hey..you did say a little info. :) Looks to be an early 60s model 15 Combat Masterpiece. Arguably one of the finest revolvers ever built.
 

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it's surely a model 15 and is wearing diamond Magna grips from before 1968 and I believe the serial number also places it early to mid 60s.('63-'67)If you open the cylinder the model number should be stamped on the frame just above the pivot point. It's a wonderful firearm. Looks like it has seen some use. In todays market it is worth in the $450-550 range..just going by pictures.
 

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it's surely a model 15 and is wearing diamond Magna grips from before 1968 and I believe the serial number also places it early to mid 60s.('63-'67)If you open the cylinder the model number should be stamped on the frame just above the pivot point. It's a wonderful firearm. Looks like it has seen some use. In todays market it is worth in the $450-550 range..just going by pictures.
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Welcome to the forums from the Wiregrass!
 

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Also, the M15 Combat Masterpiece was part of the K frame Masterpiece series that included the Models 14, 15, 16, 17 &18.
 
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