Here is advice and input: * The pistol pack which I bought in the late '70s, also included four different barrels, tools and two grips in a fitted case. The current value of one of these pistol pack seems to be between $500 and $800 with an near perfect example going out at over a $1,000. An individual pistol might be from $300 to $500 a depending on the condition. * See www.gunbroker.com, or www.Gunsamerica.com for what other people are doing with them. * At 100% it's $375.00; add 20.00 for heavey barrel disc. in 1995.
The value of a Smith and Wesson Model 51 22 Magnum Revolver would actually depend on a number of factors. Some of these factors would include the age and condition of the Revolver.
What is the value of a model 24 Smith & Wesson revolver with a 4" barel? It has never been fired.
The Smith and Wesson model 29 is a caliber .44 magnum revolver. Smith and Wesson has many models in caliber .357 magnum. The closest numbers to the above number would be models 27 and 28. The correct model, the condition and the age are necessary to judge value.
No such revolver made by S&W
1974. Value depends on condition, accessories, etc.. Range 250-500
No published sn data I am aware of. 100-600 USD or so
100-450 or so
The Smith and Wesson model 58 is a 6 shot N frame revolver in caliber .41 magnum with a four inch barrel and fixed sights. It is the nickel version of the model 57. The model 58 is still available from Smith and Wesson. The condition mostly determines the value of the firearm. A model 58 in fair to excellent condition might be priced from 250 to 1000 US dollars.
The model number of the revolver helps alot then i will tell you the value
375.00-500.00 depending on overall condition of your revolver.
No way to value with just the sn and no other details
Someone at the Dan Wesson Forum might be able to help
Between $150-250, depending on model, barrel, and condition. In my opinion, an excellent revolver that is underappreciated. Durable, reliable, and accurate.