WTS OR S&W K38 14-3 - $ 499

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  1. Walter Sobchak

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    Relisted to clean up...
     
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    Drop me a line if you start considering trades -- I might try to part you from that old S&W mod 14 ;)
     
  4. Walter Sobchak

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    Had a lot of interest, not a lot of buying. All prices are obo, make me an offer I can't refuse...
     
  5. Walter Sobchak

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    Glock is gone, prices reduced on the rest.
     
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    Ruger are gone, prices dropped again. (Although admittedly less "extreme")
     
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    For anyone who may not know, the single action only S&W M14 can be made standard single/double action if the double action hammer and sear are installed. It's a quick parts swap and the double action pieces are easily found.
     
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    This is true. Appreciate the info.
    Thanks!
     
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    A pleasure - I thought the info might help your sale.
    FWIW, I bought a new K38 in 1978 to use in the centerfire stage of NRA bullseye matches. That one was an M14-4 which puts yours earlier than 1977. Unfortunately I don't have the information needed to nail the timespan of 14-3 to hand just now but I'd guess that between 1970 and 1977 would ballpark fairly well.

    Beautiful revolvers and nothing made today is as fine. I think that your price is very attractive as I've seen sales at $750. or more. (I've got one or would likely be headed your way).
     
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    Hey lol, was that my old raging bull?
     
  12. Walter Sobchak

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    Let's open this up to trades. Don't have anything in particular in mind, but I have enough shotguns, and hunting rifles, have no interest in mil-surp stuff, and don't usually go in for anything that could be described as "tactical".
    Aside from firearms, I do need a good running riding lawn mower, and if you offered up a Fender Telecaster, or a Gretsch Electramatic, I wouldn't say no...
     
  13. Walter Sobchak

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    And then there was one...
    Make me an offer on this sweet shooting .38!
     
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