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S&w 586

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by sarge83, Apr 15, 2011.

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  1. sarge83

    sarge83 Member

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    I ran across a used but good condition S&W 586 no dash at my local gun haunt yesterday. It passes all the March test, has a clean barrel, nickel, 6 inch barrel. Trigger is heavy and could use some work. $399, good price?
     
  2. TonyT

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    A bargain if you ask me. I have two of the four inch versions - great guns.
     
  3. MrBorland

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    Seems like a good price to me since it passes the March tests.

    Be aware, though, that 585 no dash and 586-1s were recalled for a faulty firing pin/bushing that can bind the cylinder when .357mags are shot. If it was repaired by S&W, it'll have an "M" stamped on the frame above the model #. I understand not all guns were affected, so a call to S&W with the serial # might be helpful.

    If it's still under recall, S&W will fix it for free and pay the shipping, so you might consider having them do an action job on it at the same time.

    http://firearmsid.com/Recalls/FA_Re...1-1, 586-1, 681-1, 686-1 & 686CS-1, REVOLVERS
     
  4. Lucky Derby

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    Good price. Go for it.
     
  5. Walkalong

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    That is a good price. Go for it. I love my 4" 58, and wish I had not traded my 6" 586.
     
  6. sixgunner455

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    That is an outstanding price. There is one just like that on consignment at my favorite local dealer priced at $650. Been sitting there for months, taunting me.

    I'm not paying $650 for a used 586. I'm stronger than that.
     
  7. cbm1948

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    I have a 686 4", SS version, and absolutely love it. Paid $450.00 several years ago and thought that was a good price.


    Clint
     
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