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Selling: February 16, 2012

Lot 1128: Smith & Wesson - 617

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A) Smith & Wesson Model 617-2 Double Action Revolver with Case
Estimated Price: $800 - $1,200
Serial #Smith & Wesson - 617 ManufacturerSmith & Wesson Model617
TypeRevolver Gauge22 LR Catalog Page130
Barrel5 7/8 Inch Full Underlug FinishStainless GripRubber
Stock ClassModern Handgun RatingNA
Rating DefinitionNA - NEW: all original parts; 99% or more original finish.
DescriptionManufactured in 1996, with blue plastic case numbered to gun.

B) Smith & Wesson Model 63-3 Double Action Revolver with Box
Serial #Smith & Wesson - 63 ManufacturerSmith & Wesson Model63
TypeRevolver Gauge22 LR Catalog Page130
Barrel4 1/8 Inch Round FinishStainless GripWalnut
Stock ClassModern Handgun RatingNB
Rating DefinitionNB - EXCELLENT: near new condition 95% - 98%, used but little, no noticeable marring of wood or metal, bluing near perfect (some wear at muzzle or sharp edges can be expected).
DescriptionManufactured in 1993, with box numbered to gun.

C) Smith & Wesson Model 640 Double Action Revolver
Serial #Smith & Wesson - 640 ManufacturerSmith & Wesson Model640
TypeRevolver Gauge38 S&W Special Catalog Page130
Barrel1 7/8 Inch Round FinishStainless GripWalnut
Stock ClassModern Handgun RatingNA
Rating DefinitionNA - NEW: all original parts; 99% or more original finish.
DescriptionManufactured in 1993, with box numbered to gun, cleaning rod and bore brush.

D) Smith & Wesson Model 37 Double Action Revolver with Box
Serial #Smith & Wesson - 37 ManufacturerSmith & Wesson Model37
TypeRevolver Gauge38 Special Catalog Page130
Barrel1 7/8 Inch Round FinishBlue GripWalnut
Stock ClassModern Handgun RatingNA
Rating DefinitionNA - NEW: all original parts; 99% or more original finish.
DescriptionManufactured circa 1979 - 80, with box numbered to gun.

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