**SPF**Smith and Wesson 27-2 3 1/2" .357 Magnum Armoloy Plated

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  1. 1950jcb

    1950jcb
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    **SPF** Smith and Wesson 27-2 3 1/2" .357 Magnum shipped Feb. '76. Thanks for looking. Jim
     
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    Blitzkrieg
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    Too bad you're far away. Armoloy was a great finish
     
  3. unklekippy

    unklekippy
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    I've only seen Colt's in Armoloy. Does anyone still do the finishing? Nice pistol, BTW.
     
  4. 1950jcb

    1950jcb
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    TTT.......
     
  5. hariph creek

    hariph creek
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    That might be the sexiest gun, ever!
    Wish I had some extra money, right now.
     
  6. coop44

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    there are quite a few platers that do firearms in hard chrome, the most durable finish you can put on a gun.
     
  7. Blitzkrieg

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    Armoloy was supposed to be a more durable proprietary finish that actually increased the R value a bit. I had an Argentinean 1927 (45) done in it, it's held up nicely. They are long out of biz
     
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