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So I walk into this store this afternoon figuring they will have their usual used supply of S&W revolvers and stuff. OH MY GOD !!! They had the motherload !!! I was drooling all over the counter, especially over the 3, yes 3, S&W single shots !!! One was a 1891 3rd Model Perfected 22lr 10" barrel, another one in 6" barrel, and a 2nd Model in 22lr with an 8" barrel. Here's a list of some of the stuff they had. If you want asking prices and contact info, let me know because I don't want to type out all those prices. Probably some wiggle room on the prices I'd guess. Oh, they also had about 30 or 40 Hi-Standards, all the good Models, some in original boxes, saw a few Olympics, etc.
Okay, here's the treasure trove of S&W's:
1) Model 51, 22 Magnum, 3 1/2" brl.
2) New Model 3, 44 Russian, 8" brl.
3) 1891 3rd Model Perfected, 22lr, 10" brl.
4) 1891 3rd Model Perfected, 22lr, 6" brl.
5) 1891 2nd Model, 22lr, 8" brl.
6) .32 Safety Hammerless, 32 S&W, Bicycle Gun, 2" brl.
7) Model 36, 2" brl., only $295.
8) Model 1917 45ACP, US Service Revolver, 5 1/2" brl.
9) Model 631(?), 32 H&R Magnum, 4" brl.
10) Model 57, 41 Magnum, 4" brl., pres. box
11) Older Model 28 w/Diamond Magnas, .357 Magnum, 4" brl.
12) Model 27-2, 357 Mag, Target hammer & trigger, w/case, 8 3/8" brl.
13) Model 617, 22lr, 8 3/8" brl.
14) Model 16-2, 32 S&W Long, 6" brl.
15) Model 681, 357 Magnum, 4", unfired
16) Model 581, 357 Magunm, 4", unfired
17) (drool), Model 547, 9mm, 4" brl.
18) Model 12-3, 38 Spc., 4", only $395.
19) Model 45-2, caliber ?, 4" brl.
20) Model 647, 17 HMR, 8 3/8" brl., only $395 !
21) Blackened Model 686, 357 Mag, 1 of 2500, 6" brl.
22) Model 586, 357 mag, 8 3/8" brl., unfired
23) Model 544, 44-40, 150th year Texas
24) Model 25-5, 45 Colt, 8 3/8" brl.
25) Model 657, 41 Magnum, 8 3/8" brl.
26) Model 627-0, 357 Mag, 5 1/2" brl.
27) Model 29-4, 44 Magnum, 3" brl.
28) Model 629-2, 44 Magnum, 3" brl.
29) Model Classic 29DX, 44 Mag, 5" brl.
30) K38, 6" brl.
31) Pre-War K22 Outdoorsman, 6" brl.
32) 32 New Departure, 32 S&W, 3 1/2" brl.
33) Model 36-6, 38 Spc., 3" brl., $495
34) Model of 1950, 45ACP, 6 1/2" brl.
35) Model 624, 44 Special, 6 1/2" brl.
36) Model 520, 357 Magnum, 4" brl.
37) Model 624, 44 Spc., 6 1/2" brl.
And did I mention that totally cool Taurus Judge with a 6 1/2" barrel, box and docs, and calling my name for only $399 !!!
I wish I had some money....... Shoo

UPDATE; GO TO www.progunservices.com for pictures and details for some of these guns !!!
 

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Randy... I see a trip to Rochester in my future, maybe I will bring Robo along for the ride...
Thanks for posting. It is good to know that there are still decent places locally to do business with.
 

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Hey Chris, The ride to Victor, NY is probably the same amount of time for both of us. It's on your side of Rochester, I'm way over to the west. would think if you could jump right on the Thruway that you could be there in less than an hour. Might be fun to meet at Pro-Gun and then get some lunch with you guys some Saturday, Shoo
 

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Hello Shooboy
Last weekend I was in my Old stomping Ground Naples, New York having a Little Breakfast in the Redwood Resteraunt when I was approached by Paul Martin owner of Pro-Gun. I go way back with Paul when he and Tim Kinton used to work with Creekside Gun shop in Holcomb. We had a Nice Long Chat and I asked if Tim still worked for him ? he said to stop out and see him at the shop, so on the way Back from Rochester after Picking up 36 L.B.S. Of Zweigles Hot's I stopped off at the shop. I was surprised to see how much the shop size had enlarged and also got to see all the classic S&W wheel guns they had on hand. I Looked at Two Guns they had One being that 631 Snub and a Pre-War M&P Marked Pre-14, :roll: and both were nice and not all that Pricey for what they were. I would have Taken both if I still Lived there but shipping is so costly along with Transfer, so I Passed on them, But I did Purchase a Nice set of K-Sq. Frame Target take off's very reasonable. Good to see old friends and still get great deals... Hammerdown
 

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BuzzardBilly said:
Someones nice collection no doubt.
Stout prices to boot!
Hello Buzzard billy
I was told by Tim Kinton, That all The Classic S&W revolver's they currently had did indeed come from an astute Collector that recently Passed away, and he was a member of The Empire State Gun Collectors Association as well. He sure had a Mother Load of Neat S&W revolver's I will give him that... Hammerdown
 

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Nice assortment of guns, provided that you have a lot of cash and don't mind paying too much. ;)
 

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I live near Ithaca. Where is this store? I planed to be in Rochester in April but I may come sooner
Hello bvanwoert13
The store is Located in a small strip mall in a Town Called Victor, New York about 20 Minutes south East of Rochester, New York on Route 96 East. From 390 South, Take the Victor Route 96 East Exit 45 toward's Victor. Follow it down towards the village of Victor and about Two Miles from the exit this strip mall will be on your right hand side just East of Rowley Road which will be in your left hand side, and Just Past a Storage facility on your right driving into the village of Victor. Here is their address and phone number as well if you want to Mapquest it.
Pro-Gun Services 7387 State Route 96 Victor, NY
585-924-1733

I hope this helps, Hammerdown
 
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