Step 1- be sure that the maker of our revolver WAS Smith & Wesson. If the only marking is "38 S&W", that is not the maker, but the caliber. Second, if the gun IS marked Smith & Wesson, contact S&W customer service. S&W does not share data on dates of manufacture as other makers do.
Sorry- you do not have a Smith & Wesson revolver. You have an Arminius revolver made in CALIBER .32 S&W. Most were made in the early 1960s. Import was banned in 1968. These are low cost firearms with a frame made from a zinc alloy. No specific date of manufacture records. Value in good condition $100 or less. .
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The worth is $539
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press up on rear sight and top will swing up ejecting the shells.
take it to a gunsmith to insure disassembly is done right.
If the serial number is really in the 30k range, it is a very early one, from 1904. If you happened to mistype and meant 301k, it is from 1907. The value of it, depending on its true age and condition, could be anywhere from $550 to over $2,000.
This can vary greatly depending on the model, and therefore the year. This is to say nothing of condition. They could run anywhere from $100 to over $1,000 depending on all these conditions.
to secure an accurate manufacture date the FULL serial number is needed.
The Smith and Wesson 357 model 686-4 is valued somewhere between $450.00 to $625.00, depending on the condition.
The model 29-2 started production in 1961, thought the barrel length was reduced from 6.5" to 6" in 1979. Based on the serial number, yours was manufactured between 1977-1978.
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Measure the length and width of the butt of the gun. Then contact Limbsaver Customer Service at 877-257-2761, M-F, 8AM to 4 PM Pacific Time. Unfortunately, the Howa is not listed in their cross reference.
39 holds less rounds then the 59
Which one? There are dozens of models of S&W Revolvers from that period. It will depend on which model, and what condition. I just bought a New-In-Box K-38 Target Masterpiece that is worth around $900. A heavily worn Model 10 might be worth $100.
the lemon squeeze model was produced, I believe, in the early 1900's.
38 S&W ammo. which is a shorter version of the 38 special cartridge.
The Smith and Wesson model K14-3 was produced from 1947-1982. You would need to write into Smith and Wesson with the model and serial number. They can pull the date and send it back to you.
The value depends on oversall condition. It could go for anything between $400-650.
This can vary greatly on the manufacture date, which you can tell from the serial number. If it was made between 1954 and 1957 it could go from $225-850, and if it was made 1957-1986 it could go for $225-495. This all depends on the condition of the handgun.
What is the value of a S&W Model 10, Ser# k342403.I would like to start by saying that the Smith and Wesson model 10 was issued a prefix letter C to its serial number,not the letter K.The letter K was issued to the Smith and Wesson models 14,15,16,17,18,19,48,53,66,67,and model 68.That being said;your Smith and Wesson serial number indicates that your firearm was made in the year 1958,and should be one of the models listed above.The value can be determined if you would identify the correct model and include the overall condition of the handgun in question.