Smith & Wesson 'Model 50' .38 Chiefs Target Special Circa 1973
This is one of those rare pistols that is a must-have for any serious Smith & Wesson collection. ‘Dirty Harry’ is very proud to offer you this NIB 1973 Smith & Wesson .38 Chiefs Special Model 50 Target revolver (Serial # 932J94) featuring a 2” pinned barrel, factory blue finish, adjustable rear Target sight, and checkered Walnut square-butt stocks. The Smith & Wesson Model 50 revolvers were never offered in the Smith & Wesson catalog, and were only produced in limited quantities from 1955-1975. This rare pistol is one of only (568) units produced in 1973 for B.E. Hodgdon Inc, in Shawnee, Kansas. Rated @ 99+%, overall condition is near flawless. The factory original blue finish is simply excellent throughout w/ little or no signs of being handled, and the factory original checkered walnut square-butt stocks are beautiful w/ crisp checkering. All mechanical functions are perfect w/ tight lockup, accurate timing, and mint bore. No upgrade will ever be necessary in any way, period! This is a collector-quality revolver in every sense of the word, and you could search long & hard for the rest of your life and never find a finer example. It has been lettered by Smith & Wesson historian, Roy Jinks, which shows that this pistol was shipped on March 13, 1973, and shipped to B.E. Hodgdon Inc, in Shawnee, KS. Again, if you are an avid collector of rare Smith & Wesson handguns and have yet to acquire a S&W Model 50 Target revolver, this is your lucky day!
If you wish to purchase this firearm or if you have any questions whatsoever, please call Steven @ (435) 703-0003.