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S&W 686 SS .357 Mag - Beautiful!

Discussion in 'Handgun Classifieds' started by morroad8, Nov 5, 2011.

  1. morroad8

    morroad8 North Bonneville, WA Member

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    Ok everyone,

    I have two .357's and only really need one. This one is one of my babies, but I really want a high quality AR or 1911 (such as a Sig 556 SWAT or S&W Performance Center 1911). I will add cash if it is really something I want. These two platforms are the ONLY trades im interested in. I can sell the gun to raise up funds to buy one of the above if necessary. Going off of Budsgunshop.com they sell them for $655 and then whatever the FFL may charge you : Smith & Wesson 686 .357 Mag 6", 6 round $655.00 SHIPS FREE

    I am asking $625 FTF for it, it is cheaper than online pricing and you can avoid the FFL thing. Yes it is "used", but I do not think that 100 or so rounds shot through it hurt it that bad to justify anything more than a $30 discount. Also, they have original wood grips unlike the rubber ones listed on Bud's if thats what you like.

    Here are some pics, thanks for viewing!

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  2. morroad8

    morroad8 North Bonneville, WA Member

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    Bump
     
  3. Navvet

    Navvet Lynden, WA Active Member

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    Best revolver ever made! I carried one on duty for years (in the 70's and 80's) and it never failed and had tack driving accuracy.
     
  4. GunBit45

    GunBit45 Oregon Active Member

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    kBarrel length??
     
  5. morroad8

    morroad8 North Bonneville, WA Member

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    Thanks NavVet! Yeah, I would agree that the 686 is super nice to shoot and look at.

    GunBit45, thanks for bringing that up, I must have had a dumb peoples attack. The barrel legnth is 6"
     
  6. morroad8

    morroad8 North Bonneville, WA Member

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    Edited to add cash price. The revolver shines like new and I have not shot it since posting (trying to keep it clean *puffing the dust from the safe off*)
     
  7. morroad8

    morroad8 North Bonneville, WA Member

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    btt
     
  8. morroad8

    morroad8 North Bonneville, WA Member

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    Back up for sale
     
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