Can you identify this revolver?

Can you identify this revolver?

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    Can you identify this revolver?

    Just wondering what this is100_0387.jpg
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    Looks like a 3" S&W 642, now, I need to go research if such a thing is made
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    A 3 inch model 60. However, that barrel looks closer to a 2.5 inch.
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    Looks like a 2 1/2 inch model 60 in 357 mag.
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    Quote Originally Posted by buckeye .45 View Post
    Looks like a 3" S&W 642, now, I need to go research if such a thing is made
    No way can it be a 642 since it has an exposed hammer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CLASS3NH View Post
    Looks like a 2 1/2 inch model 60 in 357 mag.
    I agree...........
    Model 60
    Product: Model 60
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crowman View Post
    I agree...........
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    +1, I agree.
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    Is it just me or does hammer look photoshopped when you zoom in?

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    Looks like the frame has been refinished.
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    Is it yours?

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    Nah, the pixels match, it isn't shopped. It's just a blue steel hammer on a silver colored gun.
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    Newer S&W model 60 in .357 magnum with 2.5 inch barrel

    I'd say it is a newer S&W model 60 in .357 magnum with a 2.5 inch barrel. Here is a photo of a similar gun that was previously posted on this website:

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    Thanks for your folks.
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    I can ID it as mine, you better send it over right away.

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    MOD 60 with boot grips.
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