Here is the first 3 inch variant of the Smith & Wesson 686-6 we’ve ever had in .38 Special Caliber. We were fortunate enough to get two of them, and do not anticipate being able to get any more. Named model on its .357 Counterpart is Distinguished Combat Magnum Stainless; we surmise that this one’s name is L-38 Distinguished Combat Masterpiece Stainless. This is a scarce variant of the classic, the 686-6 Stainless Full Lug with round butt L-frame grip frame. Even though it was test fired at the factory on April 20, 2010, it comes with factory issue Michaels Combat Grips, just like its predecessors showed up from about 1995 until a couple of years ago. This Sixth-Engineering-Change L Frame snub has the strengthened frame, beveled thumb latch, internal lock, and Case Colored MIM Hammer and Trigger with floating firing pin. Barrel is traditional full lug one piece 3 inch marked .38 S&W Spl. +P on its left side. Hammer is, of course, .375 serrated spur, and the trigger is .312 smooth combat. Hammer is flat face to mate the floating firing pin. This is the conventional 6 round cylinder capacity, S&W product code 164338. Construction, with the exception of selected internal parts and the sights, is entirely stainless steel. Sight configuration is Red Ramp front and white outline rear, fully windage and elevation adjustable. Weight empty is just under 34 ounces. The -6 variant not only has the classic Smith & Wesson transfer bar safety to prevent accidental firing from dropping or bumping, it is equipped with Smith & Wesson's patented internal lock and two keys. Replacement price on the 686 Stainless 2 1/2 inch, the closest standard catalogued sibling, if a person can even find one, is upwards of $900. We're offering this one, however, the revolver in the photo or its identical mate, for only $ 659.95 Not transferable to civilians in California, D.C., or Massachusetts.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Handguns: $15 flat fee shipping to the lower 48 states; $20 to Alaska, Hawaii or Puerto Rico, USPS Priority Mail, insured with Delivery Confirmation. We accept checks with no more than 7 days hold. MC or Visa phone- or fax-in orders shipped same day; USPS Money Order paid items shipped same day. Personal checks are better than Cashier’s checks or Non-USPS Money Orders. We require initial payment of at least 20% down within 7 days of offers to buy; otherwise we relist. We can accept FFLs not only in the mail, but also by scan or fax, so long as they are legible and signed. We always do everything possible in order to make the transferring dealer's life easy. No returns on NIB Guns or lay-aways. New In Box guns have factory warranties if there is a problem, and individual owners are allowed to ship their own guns for service. We accept lay-away with 20% down, balance in 90 days - lay aways not refundable, though. Internet phone hours 8:30 - 4 CST Mon - Sat CST. Robertson Trading Post 117 Front Street PO Box 365 Henderson, Tennessee 38340 We consider trade offers. Blue & Walnut Good. S&W, Colt Stainless Very Good. We even like RG, H&R, Taurus, Rossi Revolvers. Gold, Silver good, esp. Morgan Dollars and Walking Liberty Half Dollars. We like .243 and .30-30 very much. <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
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