This is the epitome of a solid and dependable workhorse gun. You are looking at a 1999 Smith & Wesson Model 64-6 no-lock .38 Special six-shot revolver. The gun is made of corrosion-resistant stainless steel built on a S&W K-frame. The pictures were taken when it wore an older pair of Uncle Mike's grips, but they were too worn and torn for such a nice gun and have been replaced with a better condition pair of Uncle Mike's grips.
It is double action only (DAO) with a factory-bobbed hammer. It has a notched rear sight, ramped front sight, and 4" heavy barrel with a bright shiny bore and cylinder chambers.
This classic S&W revolver is in excellent operating and good aesthetic condition. It was a law enforcement trade-in and was hand-selected from the inventory as a limited use gun with very few rounds put through it. It was not carried or fired on a regular basis, but there are some cosmetic marks from carry and storage.
I had the gun's side plate off and completely cleaned while intact the internals, then oiled them before replacing the side plate. That helped improve an already smooth trigger and added to the accuracy of the gun.
I have fired 100 problem-free rounds of factory .38 Special 130 grain factory ammunition through it since I acquired it. It is the most accurate gun I have ever had the pleasure of firing and is fun and confidence-inspiring. This revolver is very versatile. It is dependable and durable enough to carry or use as a house/vehicle gun. Comes safely nested inside a new Bore Stores Silicone Treated Gun Storage rug.
Before you go any further, please verify that you meet the following conditions and are willing and able to provide verifiable contact information in your initial correspondence.
I have received many inquiries, some offers, and a couple of "I'll take it" emails from folks who did not meet or were not able to verify the following criteria or weren't able to buy right now. This has prevented sales to legitimate would-be purchasers.
"Able to complete at this time a local face-to-face cash sale. Buyer must be at least 21, Oklahoma resident able to legally buy a firearm in Oklahoma, and must have a current valid Oklahoma issued picture ID. No exceptions."
Please let me know if you would like to see more pictures.