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Old January 3, 2019, 11:58 AM   #51
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Hi, new guy here seeking opinions. I was a LEO in the 70's and carried a S&W model 15 sidearm. It went away many decades ago but I always missed it. Recently I heard of a guy with a model 15-2 for sale so I picked it up, wanting to do some shooting with it. Turns out it is a 15-2 made in 1966, still in the blue box with warranty card and unopened accessory packet, nearly flawless except for a light cylinder line.
IMHO, nice gun but not collectible enough to make a safe queen. Keep it nice and you won't lose any value.
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Old January 3, 2019, 10:20 PM   #52
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You mean, it's like the new gun you didn't have 'back in the day'...?

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