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model 60

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by chaddy, Jan 25, 2011.

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  1. chaddy

    chaddy Member

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    What are the chances of me finding one in real real good shape? I live in n.c. if anybody knows anybody or anywere I might find one. Thanks
     
  2. Just One Shot

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    If you want a new one Vance Outdoors in Columbus Ohio has them for $599.99 and Bud's has them for $587.00 on line with free shipping.

    Good luck in your search!
    J1S
     
  3. RUT

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    They're not rare, so just keep your eyes open at your local shops and one will come along. ;)
     
  4. Jon Coppenbarger

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    gun shows and shops is where you can find a decent used one for a decent price. still see nice used ones for under $400 once in awhile. maybe post a want add here in the handguns for sale with your wishes . you never know someone just might have one?

    I own one no dash in 38 special and one of the 357 ones with a crimson trace grip and do like them. alot of light weight pistols out there but do like the 60's models.
     
  5. JohnD13

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    I got one 2 years ago, .38, no dash, and paid less than $200 for it. Nice tight little revolver, shoots great. In the shop I found it most of the customers lean toward autos. A lucky day for me.
     
  6. Stainz

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    I wanted a slight upgrade from my 642 pocket protector - a 3" SS - like a 60. The 60 Pro is only ~$20 over the regular 3" 60's price - and includes the Night Sight and wood grips:

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    It was $640 + s/t new locally earlier this month. VG trigger - hit a little high with +P 158gr LHPSWC's at 12 yd - easily adjusted. Great handfit for a small revolver. I have no need for .357 Magnums - it's life will be with .38's.

    Stainz
     
  7. friscolatchi

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    Chaddy,

    My neighbor has a mod 60 in new condition. Only 1 box 357/38 shot through it. I would buy it myself but I'm looking for a nice 22. He's asking 500. He's an older gent and doesn't use the gun so it's relegated to safe queen status.
     
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