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Old 08-05-2018, 07:49 PM
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I have a box for a Model 10-6 but no model 10 in my collection.
The box is in good shape, and contains the original wrapping paper, the S&W 38 MILITARY & POLICE REVOLVER MODEL No 10 pamphlet (Parts List, Instructions for use, maintenance & specifications) a cleaning rod and the owner's portion of the warrantee card containing the Model number, SN (2D14905), Purchase date (3-23-77) and Place of purchase (Collom-Boren), A list of Autorized S&W Service Centers and two pamphletsy: 1 - S&W Ammunition and 2 - Holsters for your new gun. I also have a small S&W screwdriver to go along with it. The label is missing from the end of the cover, it was there but fell off somewhere in the shop and can't be found. Can anybody give me an idea of value?


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Old 08-05-2018, 07:56 PM
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Ed- late model m&p boxes are THE most common boxes and for the most part cheap and easy to come by.
The screwdriver is not proper for that “package” but adds to the value.
If the box is near mint with no damage, might be able to get 50 bucks for everything.
pictures would be best
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Ed- late model m&p boxes are THE most common boxes and for the most part cheap and easy to come by.
The screwdriver is not proper for that “package” but adds to the value.
If the box is near mint with no damage, might be able to get 50 bucks for everything.
pictures would be best
I've added pictures and I have 3 of those screwdrivers so I thought I'd throw one in. Anyway, I'm not interested in making money off the whole thing, I was curious about value. If, by chance, the owner of that revolver is reading this, contact me and I'll give you a deal you won't be able to pass up.
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I have a 10-6 but my serial number is approx 1500 lower than the box... pretty close though; 2D133XX
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