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Old 12-23-2013, 09:47 PM
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Did S&W ever make a Model 657.... Did S&W ever make a Model 657.... Did S&W ever make a Model 657.... Did S&W ever make a Model 657.... Did S&W ever make a Model 657....  
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with a 5" full lug barrel and a fluted cylinder. I'm including in this question limited production guns made for dealers like Horton, and Performance Center guns. Thanks.
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Did S&W ever make a Model 657.... Did S&W ever make a Model 657....  
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Not that I am aware of...have never seen one but did just buy one just like you describe in a 6.5" that I just posted a question about.

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