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    For the wheel gun lover in all of us...

    Smith&Wesson model 67 "No Dash" .38 Spcl.



    Scored this at the local shop, it's in great shape and still had the original box. You can't beat a classic S&W .38.

    If any of you have the S&W book, the S/N starts with 3K79--- a date of manufacture would be greatly appreciated.

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    An American classic! Nice addition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JD View Post
    Smith&Wesson model 67 "No Dash" .38 Spcl.



    Scored this at the local shop, it's in great shape and still had the original box. You can't beat a classic S&W .38.

    If any of you have the S&W book, the S/N starts with 3K79--- a date of manufacture would be greatly appreciated.
    Looks like 1972. If so that was the year that it was introduced.Nice weapon.
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    You just made me drool on my keyboard...

    A very nice find, for sure!
    I really like that revolver, JD, nice pistola.

    Stay armed...with a very nice rev...stay safe!
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    Good good!!

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    Probably one of the best field guns around. Its a hard choice between my 64 and 67.

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    Very nice.

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    SatCong's got it, 1972.

    Nifty neato JD! Those, along with the blue steel Model 15 counterpart, are so entertaining when taken to the range or field with a few boxes of good .38 Special hand loads. Still a good home defense choice and could be pressed into service for concealed carry with a thoughtful holster choice.

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    Good deal guys, I knew it was close to the first run, but wasn't 100% sure.

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    We were issued model 15's in the USAF Security Police before they went to berettas back in the 70's
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    Nice JD. One of the best revolvers for amazing performance with high quality wadcutter paper puncher ammo.
    That's in real nice condition too.
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    I just picked up a S&W Model 10 myself. You can't pass on a classic wheelgun. Good pickup she looks great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JD View Post
    You can't beat a classic S&W .38......
    Depends on what you're using it for.

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    I love K-frames. Congrats on the new SS wheel gun.
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    That is very sweet!

    I still kick myself for letting all my Smiths go years back.
    ALWAYS carry! - NEVER tell!

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