In a day where the assumption among handgun shoppers is the smaller the better, here is a specimen of one the easiest handling, least dangerous, most accurate handguns ever designed or made. From Senior Bush's Second Year in Office comes this thoroughly traditional .38 Military and Police Stainless, the Model 64, fifth engineering change. Serial number prefix is BFT, late 1990 production. Metal surfaces exhibit holster buffing, contact scouring, and some polishing. Matte finish atop frame and barrel has been buffed but is still strong. There are perhaps two dozen tiny pecks here and there along the sides of the barrel, left side of frame, and mostly on the side plate. Yoke screw shows minimal stress from annual armorer servicing. Finishwise, we rate this 64 as Very Good, 75 to 80 percent of its original finish intact. Photos, however, should suffice for interested parties to judge finish grade for themselves. Note the classic, highly desirable satin stainless hammer and trigger, and their excellent condition. Grips are new replacement Hogue K-Square Combat Conversion grips, but Hogues are period appropriate for the decade of production. This 64-5 is Excellent mechanically. Double action trigger pull is smooth and consistent, and the hammer travels a full, exceptional 15 degrees after the cylinder times on all six positions in double action. On single action, the hammer travels an additional 30 to 35 degrees on all six after the cylinder times into place. Single action trigger pull is a crisp 3 7/8 pounds. Lateral play to the cylinder is minimal, less than 1/2 mm total movement by our estimate, both with the trigger relaxed and with the trigger pulled all the way. Blast effect to the under side of the frame top strap directly above the barrel's forcing cone is negligible, a faint impress only with no depth that is not distinguishable from a mill mark. This revolver has had very few if any +P rounds fired in it. Cylinder face to forcing cone gap is a very tight .005, and this helps explain the absence of blast impress to the topstrap. This 19 year old service revolver has been well maintained and sparingly used during its career, and it is eminently serviceable for civilian or security use. We are even including a period correct left hand holster from the North Carolina Department of Corrections. We're offering this very nice S&W .38 Special Military & Police Stainless 64-5 for only $ 319.95
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