1973. Value $300-$350.
Your Smith and Wesson revolver was made in the year 1985.The value will be between 375-600 dollars depending on overall condition of your revolver and a good bore.
50-350 USD or so depending on condition.
There is no 6866. There is a 686, its value can vary between 100-500 USD
What is the value of a model 24 Smith & Wesson revolver with a 4" barel? It has never been fired.
Mid 80's or later. Call S&W and they will tell you for sure.
Your Smith and Wesson model 66 which was made in 1985 will bring between 375-550 dollars,depending on overall condition and a good bore.
Look on frame inside the cylinder area to find the model number of a Smith and Wesson 357 mag snub 2 in stainless barrel
it sounds like you have a DA revolver with a hand ejector that is the cylinder rolls out to the left. The value is round 400.00. The barrel I assume is 6 inches.
1. 100-400 or so 2. A Smith and Wesson model 63 is a 6 shot revolver in caliber .22 and of stainless construction. It is the stainless version of the Smith and Wesson "Kit Gun" The barrel length is 4 inches. As stated above, and the condition determines the value of the gun.
In Smith and Wesson code, the 6 means the gun is primarily made of rust resistant stainless steel. The 37 designates the lightweight version of the model 36 .38 caliber revolver, and lightweight guns have aluminum frames. The -2 designation means that this revolver is the second version of this model. So 637-2 means a stainless barrel and cylinder on an aluminum frame based on a lightweight model 36 revolver in the second version (or first design revision) of this model which is designated model 637. The model 36 and model 37 Smith and Wesson revolver are 5 shot revolvers with a 2, 3, or (recently) a 5 inch target barrel. The 2 inch barrel is the most common version. The model 637 Smith and Wesson 5 shot .38 caliber revolver is only available in a 2 inch barrel.
According to a book I bought at a book store $625. According to a book I bought at a book store $625.
Good question! I've wondered about that myself quite a bit as well. Sherriff Bannerman definitely carries a Smith & Wesson revolver, judging by the inscription on the right side of the barrel, but it is unknown which model it is. It is mostlikely a Smith & Wesson Model 66 .357 Magnum revolver, judging by the wood grips and the stainless steel finish. The Model 66 is the stainless steel version of the Smith & Wesson Model 19, which was the first .357 Magnum revolver by Smith & Wesson.I don't know for sure, butI'm almost positive it is a Model66. Hopefully this helps!
ctg = cartridge
50-600 or so
Combat Magnum Stainless. 1974-1993 V.G. $250, GOOD $200, FAIR $150
Age of smith Wesson serial no 5K4166
the barrel does not spin in a S&W, or any other brand of modern revolver. The part that rotates is called a cylinder, and it is turned by a piece that is called a "hand ", or a "pawl".
Take it to a gunsmith or be prepared to invest in tools and books that will allow/describe the procedure.
100-5000 or so depending on EXACTLY what you have.
An experienced gunsmith can or you can send it to S&W to have it done.