That depends on the model, any special features, and the condition. More information is necessary to answer the question.
100-400 USD depending on condition.
The Model 19 was not made in stainless steel.
A Smith and Wesson model 66 stainless steel 4" barrell with no dash after the serial number is one of the earliest year guns. It should have all stainless metal with stainless sights front and rear. Black sights or orange inleted front sight is newer model. A no dash with orginal stocks in very good condition can go between 450 to 850 dollars depending on condition of workings and finish. Stock condition has little effect on value.
The stainless 2206 is worth about $285 in good condition. It is more sought after than the blued model 422 or the alloy 622.
50-350 USD or so depending on condition.
Between 100-450 dollars,depending on overall condition.
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.
The smith and Wesson model 64-3 which was made from 1977-1987 is valued at 215 dollars for a revolver in good condition,250 for a example in very good condition,285 for a revolver in excellent condition,and finally 400 dollars for a fine example in almost new in the box condition.
Smith and Wesson 65s currently (November 2007) sell between $250.00 and $400.00, depending on condition.
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.
100-300 USD depending on model, condition, box, accessories, papers, etc..
Around $800 is a good starting point.
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.
It's not stainless.
Depending on condition the model 66 could be valued anywhere from $550-750.
In excellent used condition, this would be valued around $475, but that value falls for lesser conditions.
A deadly weapon.