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Old 03-19-2017, 06:24 PM
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Picked this up today at a gunshow. First Smith I've owned in a couple years. It is in very good shape, could not have been fired much and has little wear. Will be ccwing it after testing it at the range. Paid $425, maybe a tad too much but Im happy with it. First 3 of the serial number are THF, any clue on production year? How did I do?
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Looks like it is in really good shape. Standard Catalog of S&W says that an excellent example should bring aroun $500.00 so I think you did OK. What it all really comes down to is, If you are happy with it, then you paid just the right amount.

As far as putting a manufacture date on it, I could not find that Prefix in the Catalog but these Alpha prefixes are spotty to say the least. Someone might be able to nail it down for you.

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Probably Apr/May 1991 time frame.
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You did just fine on the price. You can't buy a new gun like that today for anywhere near $400 so enjoy
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