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For sale is a Smith & Wesson Model 10-5 chambered in .38 Special with a 6" barrel. Over 6 million Model 10's and its predecessor models have been produced, making this the most popular handgun of the 20th century. They were widely used by peace officers across the nation and saw limited service in several wars as well. Serial number: C934031 The -5 model was first introduced in 1962.
|Barrel Length||6" BARREL|
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