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Looking for help on value smith 520 #7088045
02/22/18 12:06 AM
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I have a buddy that asked me about the value of smith 520 .357. I did not have an answer and was hoping some one would help.

It is a 4" blued model 520 in great shape no box or paper work.



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Re: Looking for help on value smith 520 [Re: Big A] #7088235
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This is an unusual one. There have evidently been two different Model 520s offered by Smith & Wesson.

The first was an "N" frame revolver, basically a Model 28 with fixed sights. I think they were made specially for NYPD beginning in 1980.

The second one was more recent, but I don't know the timeline. I believe it is or was basically a Model 586 Plus, without the full underbarrel lug.

If I have ever seen one or the other, I wasn't aware of it at the time.

Which one does your buddy have?




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