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WTS S&W 642 Seattle area

Discussion in 'Sold/Expired' started by mkozak, Mar 1, 2010.

  1. mkozak

    mkozak

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    withdrawn
     
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  2. gnvdallas

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  3. benja455

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    Accepting any trades?...Yugo AK + cash on your end?
     
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    i've been looking for an Airweight type with shrouded hammer. does your
    snubbie have this feature? thanks
     
  5. mkozak

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    Sorry about the delayed replies...
    No, not interested in trades at this time.
    This is a 642 no-lock - shrouded hammer; nice little pocket gun.
     
  6. 78tsubaki

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    I have the 442 version of this revolver. I am thinking about this one but with all I have going on I should not do it......would someone please buy this J Frame.....bump.

    This is a great gun and a very good price. If we were in Tennessee this would have been gone before breakfast.
     
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    ahh....bad timing. waited as long as i could and wouldn't you just know it,
    it was exactly the revolver/model i wanted, too. just walked in the door no
    more than 2 mins ago with a new snubbie. ended up paying $60 more for
    it at the SPD range.
     
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