All Smith and Wesson model 686 revolvers were made as double action handguns by Smith and Wesson.
No such model.
The Model 610 revolvers were made 1989-2004.
Smith and Wesson did not make a model C but did use the letter C as a prefix to a serial number for the models 10,11,12,45,and Aircrewmen.The serial number C353425 indicates that your S&W was made from 1954-1956 before Smith and Wesson started marking there revolvers with the model number on the cranes of there revolvers in 1957.
that is determined by the revolvers serial number.....................
Standard Catalog of Smith and Wesson, 3rd ed.
No. J frames are revolvers.
Smith and Wessons model 547 revolver is a double action revolver chambered in 9mm.these revolvers were made from 1980-1984.
Check out Bruce Canfield's book on infantry weapons of WWII
Smith and Wesson Model No. 2
Blue Book of Gun Values or Standard Catalog of SMith and Wesson.
You buy a book that has the serial numbers in it.
The Model 10 has always used serial numbers.
I believe that the last Smith and Wesson hammer less model was the stainless model 60 chief,s special that was made in 1998. IT had a 2 1/2in barrel and was double action only.
No data source known.
The numbers AVU6432 are the serial number to your Smith and Wesson handgun.This indicates that it was made in July 1987.as to the model of Smith and Wesson you have.Open the cylinder of the revolver if thats the case and look on the inside of the crane.This will tell you what model you have.If you have a semi-auto pistol the model will be marked on the slide/or frame.
1953. Model numbers were not in use in 1953
value of smith & Wesson model 5906 pistol
The frame size of a Smith and Wesson model 66 is K.
Not all revolvers HAVE a model number- and those that DO do not have it marked on all revolvers. For NEWER Smith & Wesson revolvers, open the cylinder, and look on the part of the frame that is covered by the crane (crane connects the cylinder to the frame) You might see something like 10-5, indicating a Model 10, 5th change. But not all S&Ws had a model number.
No model numbers used before @ 1957. After that, look inside the crane/yoke area.