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S&W Model 64-1

Discussion in 'Firearms Research' started by clintdaniel, Feb 17, 2012.

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  1. clintdaniel

    clintdaniel Member

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    Just bought a S&W Model 64-1 in 38 Special with serial # 1D70XX and wanted to know if anyone knows the history of this gun and when mine was manufactured? Nice, accurate and in great shape. Wonder what it's really worth? Thanks!
     
  2. Ron James

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    1976-1977 Someone else will have to come up with Blue Book.
     
  3. cyclopsshooter

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    probably 3 to 400.. hard to tell without pics
     
  4. moewadle

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    You probably know but

    I will add that the Model 64 is essentially a stainless steel Model 10. Maybe that will give you some perspective on the gun. I know what I have just said is probably obvious but there are so many SW models it can get confusing...at least for me. :D
     
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    se fla i love claymores 01/sot
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    I picked up an ex-LE wearing Houge's for $250 out-the-door recently. It wasn't that rough. Pristine, original grips? $100+ more? Condition counts. Pictures? Location, a restrictive juresdiction can mean more or less; how's NJ?
     
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