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Old 10-14-2020, 08:08 AM
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I really do need to. I'm the second owner and I've never shot it.
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Stunning!

I have only one, purchased from a forum member, that has honest wear as a policeman's firearm. I couldn't pass it up because of the barrel length, 3.5".

It is shown with a Mod. 66-4 "at the range."
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You're killing me man. That pistol is awesome I hope to get one in the future. That will bring my meager revolver collection up a notch or 10.

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I have only one, purchased from a forum member, that has honest wear as a policeman's firearm. I couldn't pass it up because of the barrel length, 3.5".

It is shown with a Mod. 66-5 "at the range."
Nice. I have a M-66-1.

I'm down to only 2 model 27s, this 5" and a 6.5" no dash.

I sold my 3.5" pre-27. I never fired it either. LOL

This one was also carried by an LEO as you can see by the wear on the edge of the cylinder. It just wasn't carried a lot. Usually just on special occasions.
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Not trying to be smart but isn’t that price a tad high for 1975? That was year before I got FFL and closest thing as far as price I remember was a 29-2 I bought cash at LGS for $216 and change before tax.
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Kenny, I think you missed a spot.... kidding. That's a beauty with another world famous Kenny spit shine.
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That gem really shines! Didn't I see where you use Flitz on your blued guns before waxing them? If so, do you do the whole gun, or just certain areas (ones that may look dull)? You need to do a YouTube video on your process!
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You saw it too? I did and it bugs me.
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The Presentation cases for the 5" guns are, in and of themselves, quite scarce and valuable.

Perfect flagship S&W wheelgun. Thank you for sharing.
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Thank you very much.

This is pretty typical for a cleaning. I start with the cylinder bores and then the barrel. I clean all the surfaces with a little Hoppe's 9. Chemicals differ for nickel, SS and blue.

I clean around the forcing cone and other areas with wire brushes. Again different brushes for different finishes.

They I rinse them off with a can of brake clean and then blow them off with a can of that electronics duster.

I do a light polish with a small amount of Flitz on the end of my finger. I don't rub vigorously or hard but I do the entire gun except for the moving parts. And I always use microfiber cloths to wipe off the polish. Cheap ones like they sell at Walmart.

Then I wax them with Renaissance Wax just like I did when I polished them. I like to remove the Ren Wax and lightly buff them with Flitz Microfiber clothes. They are really nice clothes.

I have a small bottle of Hoppe's oil and I put a tiny drop on the pieces that hold the cylinder in and a tiny drop on the ejector rod.

I clean the grips with a household toothbrush and put on a light coat of Ren Wax and use cotton swabs to clean out the screw holes in the grips.

It took some time to figure out how to make them look nice. I learned TONS here in this forum form a lot of good people.

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Perfect flagship S&W wheelgun. Thank you for sharing.
Thank you and I never knew that.
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A few years ago S&W offered a great discount to military types and I decided to take advantage of it. At the time I was routinely in touch with John Taffin and this is the gun he recommended, except for the elk stocks that I added not too, too long ago:

Model 27 Classic:



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I figured it's not quite as lovely as the OP's gun but, still, more eye candy for everyone.....
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Kenny-I only have one 27-2 as well. Mine is a 6Ē, no box or tools. The last 3 in the Serial Number are my badge number from the old days. Love your 5 inch.
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I have the very same package!
I've not been on here for a while and came across your post.

Twins!!!

I'm not sure that mine has been fired outside of the factory. The original sales recipt shows that it was sold in LA California at a Montgomery Ward sometime in 1977. Buyers name... Ron McDonald. I kid you not.



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Nice buy what a treasure.

My two m27-2 / 6” / one blue, one nickel were $795 each in mint condition. My dealer had three m28 6” blue for $695 each. A decade plus ago. I thought they were decent prices back them.
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Very nice! I only have one M27-2 as well, only it has a stunted barrel

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I don't know how you are able to sleep at night!
Sometimes it is very difficult, I am glad that I have a 4" M28-2 to get me through the rough patches

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That is just plain purty! I envy you, that's not nice to say but I do. A 27-2
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My only Model 27-2. My only Model 27-2. My only Model 27-2. My only Model 27-2. My only Model 27-2.  
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That ticks quite a few boxes.
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