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S&W Model 64. Is this a good deal?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by jimbombo, Sep 17, 2013.

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  1. MedWheeler

    MedWheeler Member

    Jun 14, 2008
    SouthEastern FL
    The adjustable-sighted version was the 67, and that was my duty weapon when I entered law enforcement. Great and accurate piece once I got a set of better grips on it. Placed very highly with it in LE competition shoots as well, back when such activities existed.

    Well done.
  2. ArchAngelCD

    ArchAngelCD Member

    Nov 25, 2006
    Northeast PA, USA
    If that were my deal I would keep all the grips and the concealment holster. You can probably sell off the duty holster, speed loader pouch and 2 speedloaders to go with it as a lot sale. Maybe even sell the rubber grips but I would for sure use the wooden combat grips on the revolver right now.
  3. jimbombo

    jimbombo Member

    Nov 3, 2011
    NE Ohio

    Well just got the 64 back from my gunsmith! He did a great job, fixed the end shake by stretching I believe the (yoke)! Also replaced the hand! Revolver is now mechanically gtg!
    Sold off the accessories, not a big fan of the combat grips (they were kinda beat anyway, otherwise I would have kept them) ). I kept the regular s&w wood grips and 3 speedloaders, didn't want or need the holsters either as this is just a range toy!

    After all said and done I have $230 into the gun, and from what I understand k frames have skyrocketed in value recently! At least in my area...

    Now I just have to resist the darn trading urges!.... fella has a vg+ marlin 336 in 30/30 its an older one with nice wood and the JM stamp on the barrel...I have a feeling if we traded straight up I would lose on that one!! ????
  4. all357mag

    all357mag member

    May 27, 2013
    You got a good deal on a great gun! Best bbl length also! Enjoy!
  5. Hondo 60
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    Hondo 60 Member

    Sep 6, 2009
    Freeport, IL
    Wow, you got a great deal!

    And no, I wouldn't trade for a Marlin.
    But I'm not a fan of rifles, I ike my revolvers too much.
    (just ask my wallet) ;)
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