Look on frame inside the cylinder area to find the model number of a Smith and Wesson 357 mag snub 2 in stainless barrel
open the cylinder, and it should be stamped there along with the serial number
1969? 1969? 1969?
100-500 USD or so
With no other information supplied, 100-500.
You will have to call S&W
You will need to call S&W
50-500 USD or so
the gun was made in 1984 it is probably a third generation
Normally stamped on the left side of the frame for autos, and on the butt for revolvers.
Open the cylinder and look at the frame that is usually hidden by the crane. The serial number is stamped on the frame.
Use a magnet. If the gun is nickel plated, a magnet will stick to it.
frame and possibly under the grip panels.
the model is stamped inside the cylinder housing
50-500 USD or so
Impossible to answer without the serial number. The serial number is on the butt.
Probably a Model 66
No published DW serial number reference. 100-500 or so
Your smith and Wesson model 640,.38 centennial stainless was made from 1989-1996.The prefix of BKF to your serial number indicates that it was made in the year 1991 or 1992.
That sn could be for a Model 13. It could also be a sn for two or three other models. You will have to call S&W to find out unless you have the weapon. Buy 3rd edition of Standard Catalog of Smith & Wesson, written by Jim Supica and Richard Nahas. These guns were made for Police and Military use According to the book, your model was made in 1981. Model number is stamped on gun near the cylinder towards the front.
The serial number is on the butt of the weapon. From that, you can determine when shipped by calling S&W or looking it up in the Standard Catalog of Smith and Wesson.