This revolver is both scarce and distinctive. The 657-5 .41 Magnum with product code 163946, like this one, is listed in Supica’s and Nahas’s Standard Catalog as being in production from 2002 until 2005 only. All 657-5 revolvers have internal locks, the rational for the engineering suffix -5 change, but this one must have been released late on account of its January 3, 2007, test firing date. There aren’t many of these floating around. This one is in Mint or near mint condition. From our knowledge of its exclusive owner, it has been fired fewer than 50 rounds. There is minimal carbon accumulation, and no cutting whatsoever, on the under side of the frame top strap directly above the forcing cone. Cylinder rotation marking is minimal. There is a hint of white showing at the edges of the rear sight blade, but that is common on black-sighted S&Ws from the factory. We dare say, too, that the light streak descending from the forward side plate screw is original to the revolver. Moderate pulling on the upper left side of the Factory S&W Hogue Monogrip is not unusual. This revolver is excellent mechanically. Double action pull is smooth and consistent, and the hammer travels an additional 10 degrees or so after the cylinder times into place in that firing mode, and on Single Action there is a full 20 degrees hammer travel after timing. Single action trigger pull is a stiff but crisp 4 ¾ pounds. Hammer and trigger, as the photos show, are MIM casehardened coloration with floating firing pin and flat hammer. This .41 Magnum is in its original box with all its papers and both keys to its internal lock. We’re offering it for only $ 789.95
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Sales policy: We accept MasterCard or Visa on a phone- or fax-in basis; and USPS Money Orders for immediate shipment. Personal checks, company checks, and Cashier’s Checks may involve a delay of no more than 7 business days for clearance. There is no need to waste money on a non-USPS Money Order because there are too many bogus ones floating. We have a bogus $1400 one in our collection pot for Hillary’s campaign. We offer a 7 day return privilege, lay-aways and brand new guns excluded. We offer
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