S&W 686+ 6" 357 magnum LNIB

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  1. majorsmackdown

    majorsmackdown
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    Smith & Wesson 686 + 357 magnum 7 rounds capacity.

    Gorgeous revolver, totally mint condition. Includes scope mount. Has adjustable rear sight. Has been fired approx 50 rounds. Includes 2 new speed loaders. Original box and everything that came in it.

    Would like to trade for an equal condition preferrably stainless 1911 - .45 caliber. Must be govt. size.

    cash can be part of the deal either way. offers ?

    It looks better than the pictures:
     
  2. SDR

    SDR
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    NO PICTURES




    OhMyGosh.jpg
     
  3. madcratebuilder

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    Price???????????
     
  4. willseeker

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    He doesn't have to list a price if it's WTT.


    Will





    ...but, PICS!!!
     
  5. majorsmackdown

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    give me a minute guys - holy cow. - but in the meantime, envision a 686+ as it would come out of the factory package. Pics coming soon.
     
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    trade for cash
     
  8. majorsmackdown

    majorsmackdown
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    traded
     
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