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    coreysigep is offline Junior Member
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    looking for age and value of my 38 special model 64-1

    I have a .38 special model 64-1 serial number 67432 in very good shape. I also has the letters B.R.P.D. stamped above the trigger. I believe the gun was purchased in Louisiana around 1981 at a pawn shop. I would like to know if the letters could be Baton Rouge Police Department and if that would add/decrease value of the pistol. Please advise any info is helpful. Thanks

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    sgms is offline Member
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    S&W model 64-1 made from 1972 to 1976 to be changed to the 64-2 in 1977. The B.R.P.D. is most likely a P.D. stamp but it's a wild guess as to who's. It's value is not really added to or subtracted from by being a police issue gun. Some collect the P.D.s and may pay more others will not own one on a bet. Most of the issue pistols are sound and good shooters but tend to be a bit holster worn and carry scared, for Myself I like them.

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