Found on GB a while ago a cop turn in, 4", .38 spl revolver. 4" barrel model 15-2. It had significant holster wear and almost no internal wear. As is common with police turn in pistols, they have been carried a lot an shot darn little (fortunately for the officer and for me the new owner) It is not a collectors item, not pristine and beautiful. Well worn is how I would describe it, It was however not expensive, that means I could afford it. The outside had holster wear, some sweat stains, probably a lot more coffee stains too. Some would say that it has character. BUT, on its inside workings it is unworn. After cleaning out the old grease and replacing all the springs, smoothing & polishing what needed to be polished & smoothed, replacing the scarred & worn grips, I have a great shooter. Brownell's Oxpho cold blue does help a lot on the worn blue but cannot erase many years of faithful service to someones community. Now it serves me well at my club, clanging the 50 yard gong with .38 SWC bullets. Here it sits, like me, retired, only working occasionally and relaxing a lot more than when we were working.