I had one of these back in the early 1960s (as a teenager) and I think I paid $5.00 for it. It was a very unreliable revolver, wore out quickly and I think I ended up giving it to somebody for parts; It was the butt of many jokes among my friends for years, including that it had a picture of a buffalo taking a s*** on each grip. I did see one at a gun show about 10 years ago (much to my friends' amusement), that had a price tag on it of $195.00. No one bought it, and, although I was tempted to make an offer on it, common sense prevailed over nostalgia. Don't know if this will help you at all, but I think the old adage: "It's worth whatever someone will pay for it." applies here.
No such S&W model number.
what model, caliber. ????????
value is determined by overall gun condition....
$250-$450, depending on exact model and condition.
You will need a professional appraisal
100-400 or so
Could range from 100-10000 or more USD
what model of revover and condition also age or serial number will help
Anywhere from $300 to $550.
Any clue as to make and model? firstname.lastname@example.org
100-1000 USD depending on specifics
We can't even make a guess without information. Make, model, caliber, please.
100-400 or so
Depending on exact model and condition, $100-$165
To get a value, you need to provide more than that information. Model, serial number, and condition are also needed.
Value is for parts only. Try e-gunparts.com
what model revolver ??????? what date on the barrel????? value always depends on overall condition.....................
Depends on the exact model and condition. Anywhere from $25-$400.
Would need a model name to answer.
100-1000 USD or so
Need to know the model type to answer.
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.
Anything from nothing to thousands of Dollars. There's no way to narrow it down more than that without knowing who the manufacturer is and what model the revolver is.