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Any own shoot use one of these ? Local pawn shop has a used one and I have had a string of good smith performance center used revolvers from them.

For concealed carry.

https://www.usconcealedcarry.c...model-60-pro-series/

https://www.smith-wesson.com/f...-pro-series-model-60

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Mike


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I have not owned any of them, however, I did use to work in a pawnshop + the general rule was a 400% markup. It does give you a bit of dealing leverage. Realistically, if you are anywhere close to a fair price you can get it + generally less than the posted price.


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I have one. It's a great revolver. Noticeable recoil with full-house loads, but not uncontrollable. I like the sights and grips. Nicely made, accurate, and smooth. Seems to be holding up. Probably only 250 rounds of full-house loads through it, but hasn't gotten loose.
 
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S+W revolvers have always been my weapon of choice. Top-quality out of the box. I have NEVER had a Smith fail to function.


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I've not seen the one you mention but I did have a S&W m60 kit gun they made in the 1990's. It was a great little revolver with a 3" barrel, adjustable sights, in stainless. Unfortunately I just couldn't get a comfortable grip on it because of my big hands. I would have loved to keep it but sold it to a lady in our club who said she won't ever let go.


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