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    Default S&W value??

    S&W has made some very nice revolvers, and even some pretty dang good pistols, too. They have made a few in years past that were very unique and only in limited quantity. One such gun is an N frame, six shot, 3 in barreled, model in my beloved 44 special. The model 24. These were made at the request of a major S&W distributer by the name of Lew Horton in or about 1982-1983. A limited number of them were made, though I don't know what the quantity was.

    My question is; If a guy was to find one of these for sale, in pristine all original condition, what would it be worth? I know there are few S&W aficionados (or is that armadillos) here on this forum and was wondering what they think of this little treasure. Your opinion would be very much appreciated. Thanks and.....
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    S&W Model 24-3 3" Free Shipping GA LISTING NUMBER 976824269 SELLER STOCK #
    CATEGORY Smith & Wesson Revolvers MANUFACTURER Smith And Wesson CONDITION Used, As New.

    Price: $899.00


    SALE PENDING>>DAVE>>Smith & Wesson Model 24-3 3 44 Special, Round Butt, Red Ramp with white outline rear site, Strong Case colors, 1 of 1000 Lew Hortons produced 1984-85. I rate this at 97% overall showing high edge wear and cylinder ring. No box or manuals. Serial AEJ1872 This gun is pre Lawyer lock! $899 Additional photos available, Price includes S/H/I to your FFL, Thanks for looking

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    Default It's only money......

    Thanks guys, that's about the going rate it seems. I have heard that there were about 1000 of these ordered by Horton in early eighties. If that's so the $800-$900 price isn't too bad for a really nice one. I guess I've found my birthday present. Thanks again.
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