Smith & Wesson 27-2

Smith & Wesson 27-2

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    Smith & Wesson 27-2

    My father asked my advice on selling his safe queen. A 1977 27-2 in the original box with cleaning kit, papers and receipt. Heck, he even has the Michigan safety inspection card. I'm not posting in the Marketplace because I am not the owner. I really hate to see this go. It is in pristine condition. Anyone can PM me with questions.

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    Do not let that revolver get away from you . I would plead to keep that in your family.
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    That's a BEAUTY.
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    You need to cut a deal with dear ole Dad.
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    If I were you I would purchase it to keep it in the family, it would make a perfect heirloom.
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    Gosh, don’t let it go. I had a Model 27 considerably older than that one and sold it. Biggest regret ever of guns I’ve sold.
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    Beg, borrow or steal if you have to, but you must keep that in your family.
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    Do I need to repeat what everyone else said...

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    Hey, no joke, I'll give you $25 for it.

    OK, OK, OK....I'll make that $29.99.

    Deal?

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    That looks like a 5 INCH 27-2......If so........Beg Borrow, or sell your soul for it... They NEVER show up anywhere....
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    Nice!!
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    That is a beauty.

    It really should remain in the family.
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    Don't listen to these people, they're all hoarders and project that onto anyone else they can to feel better about themselves. Tell your Pop to get hold of me and I'll take care of it for him.

    ETA: If it will make him feel better I used to be a Yooper. Lived in St. Ignace way back in the 70s.
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    I always loved the metal work on the top strap. If my hands were a little bigger I might have bought one of those back when they came in those neat boxes. They just had that "something special" about them. Wide target hammer and trigger and what about that front sight and pinned barrel. You won't find that too often anymore. Surely you want to keep it in the family.
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