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Good buy on Smith model 10s.....

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by aaronrkelly, Nov 8, 2006.

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  1. aaronrkelly

    aaronrkelly Member

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    If anyone is looking for a Smith and Wesson model 10 you may want to give Century a call. All guns are 4" barrel and listed in good condition. I have no idea what that is buy I will post pictures up if anyone is interested when mine shows up (hopefully today or tomorrow).


    I just ordered one Monday and the recent sale pricing is:

    Model 10 heavy barrel with no proof markings $174

    Model 10 heavy barrel with French proof markings $180

    Model 10 heavy barrel with German proof markings $180
     
  2. JLaw

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    Please post pictures. Thank you.

    JLaw
     
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    Brian Williams Moderator Emeritus

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    How about a phone number????
     
  4. aaronrkelly

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    I bought two of them from Century - Here's a Pic:

    I just recieved them today!

    But I think something is missing - but at least they included the necessary bayonet!

    [​IMG]

    Ron :D
     
  6. aaronrkelly

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    Ron, my FFL called to say mine was here but hes out of town until Saturday.....so I dont know what it looks like.

    How was yours?
     
  7. RonJon

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    Mine were not complete revolvers - Just Model 10 parts kits for $65 ea.

    [​IMG]

    I put up the above post as a bit of humor (came w/out frames!)

    Ron :eek:
     
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    Part kits for $65 isn't bad, but... I wouldn't know how to fix a revolver.

    -Bill
     
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    Marko Kloos Moderator Emeritus

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    Tear it apart, look for the part that's broke, and replace it with a similar part that ain't.
     
  10. RonJon

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    These kits look good -

    Just 2 things I'd like to point out, however -

    1.) The hammer is double action only (no spur, and no single action sear ledge).

    2.) The included grips, at least on the sample of two that I bought are not very good.

    Otherwise the remaining parts appear very good.

    Ron

    P.S. The Cetme bayonet is in excellent shape!
     
  11. aaronrkelly

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    Received my model 10 today.

    It was the German proofed gun.

    Action, timing......all mechanicals are A-

    Finish is pretty worn....

    Came with a Hogue monogrip on it

    Its a 10-6 model

    [​IMG]
     
  12. RevolvingCylinder

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    I just bought a Victory model from a shop for a Christmas present for someone. The Victory was a little less than $300. I'm very tempted to buy a 10 or 15 for myself.
     
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