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Old 09-06-2021, 10:05 AM
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Good Day,

I purchased a Mod 27 6" and am curious as to the age of the firearm.
The serial number is S191xxx
The revolver is not in the best of cosmetic condition and shows a lot of holster wear but it has a sweet trigger, does not appear to have fired too many rounds and everything locks up tight. Trigger is nice and sweet .

It is not intended to be a safe queen and also not interested in have the finish redone.

Any comments appreciated
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Welcome to the forums from the cotton and peanut covered plains of the Wiregrass! Your Mod 27-0 likely shipped in 1959. How about posting some pictures of it so we can enjoy it as well.
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Good Day,

I purchased a Mod 27 6" and am curious as to the age of the firearm. The serial number is S191xxx. The revolver is not in the best of cosmetic condition and shows a lot of holster wear but it has a sweet trigger, does not appear to have fired too many rounds and everything locks up tight. Trigger is nice and sweet .

It is not intended to be a safe queen and also not interested in have the finish redone.
Congratulations. We would enjoy some photos. I love a Model 27 sporting the wear associated with its age.
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