Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Brian Williams, Jun 21, 2008.
Thanks so much! This is helpful...
This is a fantastic service!! Thank you very much. Would you check on another gun I have?
C Round Butt
D 6 Shot
E Fixed sights
G Model 547
Thanks again, Jeff
That's a rare one. The S&W Model 547 9mm Military & Police was produced from 1980 to 1985. There were 6486 3 inch round butt guns produced during that time. Yours dates to 1982.
There is a high degree of interest in these as both a collectible and a carry gun. If you ever need to sell it, don't just trade it at a gun shop. An advert on here or the S&W forum will probably bring you better money.
Thank you very much!!
Would love some Info:
A .38 Special
D 5 Shot
Your Model 36 .38 Chiefs Special was manufactured in late 1968 or early 1969.
Thank you sir. That follows what I was told about the firearm. It was the one thing I chose from my Grandfathers estate. I love it and would never let it go.
Good for you.
Glad to be a new member. . Awesome site
d. 6 shot
F. 14 19th
g. Model 19-5 nickel plated
F. That Isn't a serial number.
The actual serial number is stamped on the grip frame under the target grips.
Thanks .. I'll check
Lol auto correct..
would like to know year made and value. . I'd say it's in about 85% condition
I would like my new smith dated and a value if possible
B 2.5 inch
C square butt
D 6 shot
E adj sight's
G Model 66-2
Thank you in advance
Your Model 66-2 Combat Magnum Stainless was manufactured in 1982. Value is dependent on condition, and could be in the $450 to $650 range. Check completed auctions on sites such as Gunbroker and compare prices and condition to your gun t get a more accurate idea.
Howdy Y'all....I've been looking for an old 36 for a while, can't find one that isn't beat...This one has been sitting in the case for months and months, the guy asked me how many more times I was going to look at it before I bought it. I told him he was right so I brought it home. It appears unfired...how old is it, please?
a) caliber- 38
b) bbl length (from cylinder to muzzle)- 1 7/8ish
c) grips shape (round or square)- Round
d) number of shots/cylinder bores- 5
e) type of sights- Fixed notches
f) serial number- BBA29XX
g) Model number if it is under the crane- It's a model no dash 49 J-Frame
Your Model 49 Bodyguard was manufactured in 1988.
serial number search
age of my:
Two ages please,
First S&W m25-2 serial # N459xxx
S&W m25-5 serial # N843xxx
If the caliber is .38 S&W, then you have a .38/32 Terrier (Postwar) manufactured around 1951. Guns in the 58000 serial range shipped in late 1950. This model uses the small I frame designed for the .32 cartridge, hence .38/32.
If the caliber is .38 Special, then you have a .38 Chiefs Special manufactured between mid 1952 (serial number 36000) & 1955 (serial number 75000). This model uses the .38 sized J frame.
The Model 25-2 dates to 1977 or 1978, with 1978 more likely.
The Model 25-5 dates to the period 1980-1983. Iif it has a pinned barrel the 1980-82, if no pin, then 1982-83.
Busy Man you are.
Model 1905 Hand Ejector 4th Change
In 32-20 with a 5" barrel. No "Made in USA" mark. The last Patent Date on top of the barrel is 1914.
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