Most of us regret not buying lots of items that were on the market in 2006, including a moderate quantity of model 67s that were floating around that year. Here is a straggler that trickled through channels lately, and Smith & Wesson Stainless Combat Masterpiece 67-1, fully traditional except for no pinned barrel, made in President Reagan’s inaugural year of 1981. Many large police departments in the Northeast United States rack their service handguns at the end of the shift, and this one was so racked during its tenure. Most of the surface detractions are concentrated on the forward left side of the barrel; otherwise there are edge pecks here and there. Rear sight is flat black and there is some moderate flattening to the left side of its blade. Despite its detractions, this 67-1 has much to commend it. It is Excellent mechanically. Blast effect to the under side of the frame top strap is minimal, very shallow marking that traverses about 80 percent of the top strap width. Double action trigger pull is smooth and consistent, and the hammer travels an additional 10 degrees after the cylinder times into place in that mode of firing. On single action, the hammer travels a full 20 to 25 degrees after the cylinder times in all six positions, and the single action trigger pull is an exceptionally crisp 2 ½ pounds. Cylinder face to forcing cone gap is .008. Lateral play or wobble effect to the cylinder is minimal, no more than 1mm total movement with the trigger relaxed, and negligible with the trigger pulled all the way. This is an eminently serviceable, respectable and collectable S&W 67-1, one that is fully traditional. Since it does not have a box, we are including an age appropriate Federal Man holster for left hand shooter. We’re offering it for only $ 419.95 Not eligible for transfer to civilians in California or Massachusetts.
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