Made @ 1964.
Need to know the caliber in order to answer.
Requires hands on appraisal
It could be one of many. Impossible to answer without knowing caliber.
You can get a letter from S&W for 50 USD
Cannot be determined from just the serial number. Need a DETAILED description of ALL markings.
Without more of a description; 10-500 USD
Impossible to answer without a detailed description of all markings, features, and caliber.
Your Description and serial number indicate that you have a Smith and Wesson model 30,or 31 which was made between 1961-1970.
Call S&W and they will tell you when it left the factory.
You will need to check egunparts.com
Impossible to tell model number with just the information you have given. What is the caliber? Is it a revolver or semi-auto?
this question cannot be answered without you providing the model of your revolver,caliber,barrel length,along with the serial number.
The Smith and Wesson factory. You will have to request a S&W letter for more information
The value of ANY fiream is based on exact make, model, condition and originality. First, be sure that your revolver IS a Smith & Wesson, and not just in CALIBER 32 S&W. If it is a true Smith & Wesson revolver, values can range from about $75-$200, or more for rare specimens in excellent condition.
No way to answer without detailed information on all markings and features.
Needs a call to S&W to find out.
Well since that seems to be the serial number on my model 10 revolver, it's worth $269.00. That's what I bought it for.
Can't be answered without knowing caliber, barrel length, number of shots, finish, whether a revolver or semi-auto.
almost impossible to answer without a detailed description. Pistol? Revolver? Rifle? Shotgun? Rimfire? Centerfire? Caliber? Gauge?
Need a detailed description of ALL markings.
Impossible to accurately value with just the sn; range of 50-500 USD
mfg date of your smith should be between 1860-1868
Value depends on exact make, model, condition. You need to supply more information.
You will need to provide more info on the handgun in question.Please include the model number if possible,the caliber,and barrel length. Also is this firearm a solid frame revolver or a top break action revolver.
If you call S&W they will tell you when it left the factory.
Impossible to answer without knowing if it is a revolver, semi-auto, shotgun, rifle; caliber, barrel length, number of rounds held, finish, etc..
S&W can tell you if you call them.
Please add the following info to help identify your Smith and Wesson handgun.Is it a break open model or revolver,how many shots,what caliber,what barrel length,along with the serial number that you included.
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.
Sorry, I can not help you with the serial number, but if you tell me the model or if there is no model on it the caliber and barrel length and if the butt is round or square I think I can tell you.
Call S&W and they will tell you when it left the factory. It could have been made anywhere from a week to a year before.
Can't be accurately answered without knowing if it is a revolver, semi-auto, caliber, finish, barrel length and all markings.
what is my 32 revolver woth
Need to know all markings, features, bbl length, type of action, finish and caliber to even begin to give an answer.
83-88 or 91-99. You will have to call S&W to narrow it down.
Read the one on the butt.
Look on the butt of the revolver.
Impossible to answer without the serial number.
A revolver. Without a detailed description of all markings, features, barrel length, finish, caliber and any papers/accessories, providing any other information is not realistic.
You can not tell the model number with just the serial number.
The model number of the revolver helps alot then i will tell you the value
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.
No such serial number in Smith and Wesson data.
Can't be answered without a DETAILED description of ALL markings, barrel length, finish, grips, sights, box, accessories, papers, condition and caliber.
Question can't be answered without knowing the barrel length, type of sights, type of grips, caliber, finish, condition, box, accessories and papers.
what model, caliber. ????????
You will have to call S&W