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Hi There, can somebody help me to determine the year of a Model 66 357 Mag 6": 62K5331?

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1980 according to SCSW
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Thank you Torizus. By any chance, can you find what exact model is? 66-1/66-2/66-3?

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Thank you Torizus. By any chance, can you find what exact model is? 66-1/66-2/66-3?

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Open the yoke and read the frame stamp is the quick and easy way on any numbered model S&W revolver...
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Torizus, I think that I go it:
66-1 - 1977, changed the gas ring from the yoke to the cylinder.
66-2 - 1982, eliminated pinned and recessed, slightly lengthened cylinder.
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Unfortunately, I do not have the revolver with me. I founded it in a gun store in Buffalo and planning to buy it.
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It is almost certainly a 66-1, but since S & W does nothing in rational order () a very late 66 ("no dash") might have snuck out of the factory. Unlikely but possible.
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