Smith & Wesson - Model 64-2 - .38 S&W Spl.

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Kull Auction & Real Estate Co / Kull's Old Town Station

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Excellent condition - law enforcement marked - revolver - 2" rnd, ribbed barrel - Pachmayr presentation/compac rubber grips with medallion; remain in Very Good condition - stainless - retains factory brushed finish - Markings: crisp & legible- left side of frame marked "CDC 87224" - fixed - double action built on the stainless steel K service frame - 6-shot fluted cylinder - smooth backstrap - smooth combat trigger - essentially stainless steel version of the Model 10 - Excellent bright and shiny bore - mechanics appear to be in Good working order - Yr. Mfg.: 1988 - SN: BAF5924 - FFL - 79199

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This item is part of Early Fall Online Military & Sporting Arms Auction
 Saturday, Oct 9, 2021 | 5:00 PM  Central
 
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Smith & Wesson - Model 64-2 - .38 S&W Spl.
Smith & Wesson - Model 64-2 - .38 S&W Spl.
Lot number: 23
Seller: Kull Auction & Real Estate Co / Kull's Old Town Station
Event: Early Fall Online Military & Sporting Arms Auction
Ends: Tuesday, October 19 | 6:05 PM  Central

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