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Looking for this gun on the web and i can't find it anywhere

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Greell, Sep 11, 2007.

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  1. Greell

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    The gun looks like a PC 681 with a 3" ported barrel. The Performance Center isn't making them now but you never know when another run will come around. They are outstanding revolvers. You can find them used every now and then but they tend to command pretty high prices. There is a non-ported one on Gunsamerica right now with the green/black birdsong finish, but the asking price is close to $1000. With patience you can get them much cheaper. There might be a ported one listed also.
     
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    Yep. 681 is just a fixed sight 686. PC is performance center. PC turns out a variety of guns, usually in runs. I'm still looking for another 696 40 S&W revolver.
     
  5. Greell

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    well I am looking for one that looks similiar, particularly something that shoots .38s

    I just am in love with the nickel looking finish on that beast!
     
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    That looks like vapor blast stainless. I can think os a couple dozen smith's that can do that for you.
     
  7. Greell

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    hmm well i'm currently oblivious to re-finishing guns, so i know nothing about that, how much would something like that generally run?
     
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