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value & age of a 38 smith & wesson ctg 6 shot revolver serial # c660687

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Diamondman, Feb 22, 2011.

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  1. Diamondman

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    Need help figuring out age & value of gun. gun is like new probably only been shot 30 to 50 times.
     
  2. gordy

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    It would help to know what model it was.
    Open the cylinder and it will be stamped on the frame
    15-1, 642-5. It will be very hard if not impossible to help you with out the mod#
     
  3. Diamondman

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    Hello thanks on the inside it looks like "T Z 12466" that is all I see stamped on the inside when the cylinder is opened , I hope this helps as I am really lost in the dark when it comes to guns. Thanks in advance Mike
     
  4. Diamondman

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    hello, checked again there is a stamp "mod. 10-6 or 106. hope this helps thanks again.
     
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    sorry, had my son look at it it is stamped mod. 10-5
     
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    Model 10-5 is the .38 Military & Police Tapered Barrel.
    Model 10-6 is the .38 Military & Police Heavy Barrel.

    These are among the most common revolvers, built on S&Ws medium 'K' frame in various generations for the last 111 years with several million manufactured.

    Serial number C660687 dates it to 1963-1965. Serial range for those years was C622700 to C810532.

    Value is probably around the $350 mark, a gun or pawn shop will offer considerably less as they need to make their profit margin when reselling.
     
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