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Old 12-10-2011, 01:11 PM
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Default Still looking for a 1939 S&W revolver!

My quest for a nice S&W made in my birth year, 1939, is still continuing. Since the M&P series were the most plentiful and affordable, one of those would probably have a serial number between 673,000 and 681,000. If you are in doubt as to the shipping date of a gun you might consider selling, PM me with the complete description (model, finish, caliber, barrel length and complete serial number). I can usually get a reading on the ship date within a couple of weeks at most.

Many thanks!

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