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S&W Model 624 price check

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by 357smallbore, Jan 7, 2021.

  1. Gary W. Strange

    Gary W. Strange Member

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    I wish I could find a nice 6 1/2” 624. It would be neat to have, both a 4” & 6 1/2”. The 4”, with the tapered barrel, to me, is one of the best looking revolvers ever made. You did well. There are not many 624s for sale now. A few years back, there were quite a few out there. 624s in good condition, are being held on to. I would be willing to bet, the price will start to reflect that, pretty soon.
     
  2. 357smallbore

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    $1000 and its yours
     
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  4. PapaG

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    I've got a 4" 624 and wouldn't take a penny less than that for it. If I wanted to sell it, that is.
     
  5. dbluefish

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    You could try a Cape Cod Polishing Cloths. I use it on my matte SS watches for just a bit of shine. I also used it on my new Colt Cobra
    You could try a Cape Cod Polishing Cloth. I use it on my matte SS watches and I used it on my new Colt Cobra. Gives just a bit of polish without being 'blingy'!
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  6. FFGColorado

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    One thing for sure..since you already bought it...DON'T ask or look for any info on whether or not is was a good, bad or there are any other 'deals' out there.
    Because you will get those who say 'good' and those who will say 'bad' and those who are selling the same gun for more and less..

    'Worth' is a YUGE word..it WAS 'worth it' to you since ya plunked down yer $...no need to look further, just go shoot it...asking for 'validation' is a dead end street...

    IMHO and YMMV and all that.
     
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  7. eastbank

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    i bought my 4" 624 several years ago with box papers and several sets of grips in ex condition for 500.00. i shoot 240 gr hard cast 900 fps.
     

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  8. no.5enfield

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    .44spl is seeing a resurgence in popularity right now. Revolvers have come back hard and people like myself are researching and reading the history. It's only natural that Skeeter's writings draw the new guys towards the original heavy hitter.
    I'll admit that I turned my nose up at the lowly special for years, but I've finally come round.
     
  9. ArkieVol

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    Fine looking 624! And I think you got a good deal. I'm a big fan of 44Spl.

    $800 would be a nice down payment on either of my 624's but they will be the last ones I'll ever part with.
    M 624 4in stamp.JPG M 624 3in stamp.JPG
    My 6" is a model 24...
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  10. 357smallbore

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    I sure like the Lew Horton Special.
     
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  11. halfmoonclip

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    My taste runs to .45ACP versions of big N frames, but the .44 Special is appealing too. No need to go BTTW like a .44 Magnum. A 625 in .45 Colt would be fun as well.
    As PPs have noted, revos are making a big comeback, and those of us (like moi) who parted with some now regret it.
    Moon
     
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