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Old 03-16-2010, 06:36 PM
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Hi I just joined and would like to know if one of you could be of help. I have an instruction manual for a Model 29 44Magnum that I think my dad bought years ago. Its a 2 page manual that has listed
Parts list, Instructions for use, Maintenance, Specifications, guarantee. Also there is warranty paper that has only the ser# filled out, and a helpful hints paper on using the Smith And Wesson revolver. The warranty paper and the manual are dated April 15 1955.
If any has any idea as to the desirability or value of these papers I would appreciate it. Thanks Jim
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Old 03-16-2010, 07:10 PM
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I have sold many here for $12 - $15 shipped
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Thanks for the help. Jim
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Hi I just joined and would like to know if one of you could be of help. I have an instruction manual for a Model 29 44Magnum that I think my dad bought years ago. Its a 2 page manual that has listed
Parts list, Instructions for use, Maintenance, Specifications, guarantee. Also there is warranty paper that has only the ser# filled out, and a helpful hints paper on using the Smith And Wesson revolver. The warranty paper and the manual are dated April 15 1955.
If any has any idea as to the desirability or value of these papers I would appreciate it. Thanks Jim
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I would think that your '55 paperwork would be more valuable than the normal 60's to 80's ($10- $15) paperwork.
The 44 magnum started {regular} sales in Jan, 1956 I believe.

I would love to hear Doc44's value on your paperwork.
Good Luck
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OK, same question -- but instead, the original manual for a S&W M-76. 1971 era and in excellent+ condition.
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i have be looking for paperwork like you have,when you come up with a price and want to sell them,drop me an e-mail.joanna_hanshaw@yahoo.com.or call (330)745-4951,some times have trouble withmy yahoo mail.thanks curt.
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jim,have you decided if you want to sell the paperwork?i have been looking for what you have.thanks curt.
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