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identify model 10 smith and wesson $$$$$

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by motordoctor, Oct 12, 2011.

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  1. motordoctor

    motordoctor Shoji Tabuchi in Branson

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    anyida what a model 10 4 inch barrel smith is worth. Looks like it was carried as bluing worn on the bottom of trigger guard. no bad but does show bluing wear. Belongs to a friend and we want to find out what it is worth. pm me. Thanks Motordoc
     
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    need a lot more info than that...
     
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    Pics are always helpful, and inside the crane (the part the cylinder swings on) there is most likely a "10-X" where the X is another number, designating which version Model 10 you have. Collectors like that kind of stuff.
     
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    I picked a M10-5 with the standard 4" tapered bbl for $225 out the door. This was about 5 years ago. The gun I got was in excellent condition with no bluing wear or rust. I think this model is an extremely good value on the used market. The only reason for the low prices is that there were a lot of this model made in the 60's and they are fairly common but they are also top drawer S&W quality.

    As a shooter, they are hard to beat. Very accurate and controllable. Even though i only paid a couple of hundred bucks for the one I have, I value it much higher and wouldn't give it up for even twice what I paid for it.
     
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