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Old 11-29-2020, 06:59 PM
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We sell 37mm launchers and so we went to many gun shows down here in Florida. Needless to say, I came across some interesting things. Here are a few of the Smith and Wesson revolvers that I obtained.

The first is a really mint model 60 no dash. The second is a minty 34-1. Next is a Lew Horton 624. Finally a pair of .38's.

I want to be clear though that I am not a collector.
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Welcome aboard from ol' Wyo.

Yeah, I understand you're not a collector. Neither am I.

I like your first and last photos the best.

The round butt Model 36 probably has a 3-digit, 4-number serial number, right? And how 'bout the square butt Model 37? I'm guessing its sn begins with a J.
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If not a collector then an accumulator may be an appropriate label.

That is a nice accumulation.
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Welcome aboard from ol' Wyo.

Yeah, I understand you're not a collector. Neither am I.

I like your first and last photos the best.

The round butt Model 36 probably has a 3-digit, 4-number serial number, right? And how 'bout the square butt Model 37? I'm guessing its sn begins with a J.
Right on both. Very good!!
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I know the S&W 37mm launcher well. Glad to be retired from all that...
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The first is a really mint model 60 no dash. The second is a minty 34-1. Next is a Lew Horton 624. Finally a pair of .38's.....
EdinFlorida, Iím looking for a box for my 624. Can you tell me the part no. On the inside of your box (right side, back)? Or, better yet, the actual box dimensions? Thanks.
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Welcome to the campfire. I try to think of myself as a collector but I had to liquidate so many of my S&W revolvers due to post-fire water stains that I think I wound up being an accumulator my own self!
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Welcome from a Texas accumulator...Nice array there......Ben
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EdinFlorida, Iím looking for a box for my 624. Can you tell me the part no. On the inside of your box (right side, back)? Or, better yet, the actual box dimensions? Thanks.
S&W No. 4832

Dimensions are 12 1/4 x 5 1/4 x 2

Good luck!
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The first is a really mint model 60 no dash.

I want to be clear though that I am not a collector.
All very nice looking revolvers, but the M60 is at least a post-1982 dash-1, I don't see a pinned barrel. Care to post the letter and first 4 digits of the SN# ?
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