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Help dating three smiths?

Discussion in 'Firearms Research' started by HighVelocity, Jun 24, 2005.

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  1. HighVelocity

    HighVelocity Member

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    I have three older S&W revolvers that I'd love to know how old they really are if anyone can help.

    1) Model 19-3 4" serial 9K2xxx

    2) Model 36 serial ABUxxxx

    3) Model 36 serial 529xxx
     
  2. ulflyer

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    High Vel: there are others with more precise info than mine but what I have indicates: 1975, 1983, and between 1964-66.
     
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    Hey Johnny: I just read what my piece of paper says. Somebody gave me copy a good while back with a lot of info about Smiths on it. Don't even know the source of it, but its generally pretty close. Some of them you hafta guess a little...others are right on.
     
  5. Johnny Guest

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    Yup, pretty good info.

    I have nothing against sharing information, so long as it's not for profit, so please don't think I'm going on about that aspect - - -

    BUT, if you care about S&Ws a-tall, the SCS&W is really worth having. Check on the 'net, and you can find copies for under $30. Be sure and get the second edition - - This is the latest, and even it is missing some of the latest stuff.

    Best,
    Johnny
     
  6. HighVelocity

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    Thanks for the info. I guess I really need that book!
     
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    How about a mod 36 50J3XX???
     
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