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    dwelborn is offline Junior Member
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    Looking for S&W information

    I currently own 2 Smith & Wesson revolvers. The first is a Model 586 (.357) and the second is a Model 29-2 (.44).

    I have some questions on both pistols. First, I can't find any information on the stainless version of the 586. All the info I've found says the pistol I have should be a 686, but the model stamped on the pistol is 586, and it is most definately stainless.

    Concerning the 29-2, I purchased from a friend in the late 70's. Again, I haven't been able to obtain any specific info on it either. I was told at the time I purchased it that it was a centennial edition. It does have gold inlay on either side of the 8 3/4" barrell where .44 Magnum and Smith & Wesson are stamped. It also came in a pine display box with a cleaning rod.

    If anyone can assist in providing info on these weapons and what the approximate selling value is of each, I would appreciate it.
    Last edited by bruce333; 04-14-2009 at 09:08 AM. Reason: moved to revolver forum

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    DeltaNu1142 is offline Junior Member
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    Welcome to the forum!

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    Howdy and welcome. One of the best places to find info on any S&W is the Standard Catalog of Smith & Wesson. It can be found in most large book stores or ordered online from Amazon.

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    You can send a request to S&W via their website I believe for a small fee (15-25 bucks) they can tell you everything about your revolvers.

    The guys over at the S&W forum are a great help too.

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