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S&W Model 60 .38 Special

Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by deviousdevelopment, Jul 30, 2012.

  1. deviousdevelopment

    deviousdevelopment Member

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    Looking at buying one of these, the older .38 Special only models. It's in good condition. I can't seem to find a value on these, not many for sale on the web, what's a good price point? I'd like to snap it up but definitely dont want to overpay. Thanks in advance!


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  2. 4Given

    4Given The Gorge Member

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    Love those S&W Model 60 revolvers!

    I sold my Model 60 three months ago for $475 to fund another rifle project.

    Mint, 1 7/8" barrel, man. 1983 (no lock).

    Great gun, but I have a 3" Model 60 38/357 that I've carried for 12-14 years in a Uncle Mike's belt holster for scouting and hikes.
     
  3. deviousdevelopment

    deviousdevelopment Member

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    Yeah, I'd love to pick one up. Went back in and the shop was closing, stopped back the next morning and it was already sold. I'm already kicking myself for missin out on it.
     
  4. edogg

    edogg Western Washington Active Member

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    I bought a 3" Ladysmith model 60 for $350 about 6 months ago.
     
  5. Throckmorton

    Throckmorton Florence,Ore ah gone Well-Known Member

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    what was the shop asking ? a nice model 60 brings 350.00 fairly fast.Old 'smiths are hard to beat all the way around.Nobody gives 'em away.