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for-trade Trade a S&W 66-2 COMBAT MAGNUM for a Post-Lock 686

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Yep, you read that right.  :)


This is a beautiful example of a 66-2 Combat Magnum in stainless with a 6” barrel.

MFG date is 1982 I traded for this a few years ago. It is in excellent condition with an excellent bore. It appears to be fired very little, but I have never fired it. Serial number is 125K9XX

It has Stainless “Semi Target Hammer”, Stainless “Grooved Service Trigger”, adjustable rear sight, Red ramp front sight.

It is wearing a set of Hogue Mono Grips.

No box. But I’ll give it to you in a cheap gun rug with a zipper that doesn’t work, so you don’t have to carry it home in a brown paper bag. I require a signed bill of sale and that you show me a TN Drivers License or HCP to show you are a Tennessee Resident, 21 years of age or older. The bill of sale is minimal, (I'll email you a copy if you like) and I don't copy your info or take pictures of your ID.

If you PM me about trading; tell me exactly what you have in mind, if money needs to go either way, how much. Please don’t ask me how I would trade for your firearm; just tell me what you have in mind. Send me pics if you have them, if you don’t, tell me exactly what you have in mind and I will let you know if I need to see pics, or pursue any farther.

Sale/Trade must take place in the Murfreesboro area. I might be open to traveling for a trade if you have good feedback on TGO, and something I’m interested in.

1.) S&W 686 or 586 6” or 7” barrel. Don’t care if it’s a pre-lock or not but has to be factory tapped for a scope. (Standard after ~1993). Might consider larger calibers or other models/brands with barrels at least 6” that are tapped for a scope. Must be in excellent condition.

2.) S&W Model 41, 7” only, No 5.5”

3.) Ruger Mark IV Competition.

4.) AR15 Rifle or Carbine, No Pistol, Flat Top Only, No front sight post

5.) Smith & Wesson .357Mag J-frames. (Model 60 357)

6.) S&W Model 610 10mm

7.) Cowboy revolver, Blackhawk, Vaquero, Uberti, etc. .357 (might consider other calibers)

8.) S&W Model 39 or 39-2. Blue only, no nickel, no 59’s.

9.) Belgium Browning Hi-Power, Polished blue only, no nickel, no clones.

10.) S&W Model 2206

11.) Remington 870 12GA WingMaster Walnut and polished blue only, no matt. 

12.) Wood & polished blue Semi-auto shotguns. Like Remington 1100 or 11-87 Premier. 










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On 11/17/2019 at 5:20 PM, DaveTN said:

Whaaaaat??? No one has new 6” 686 they want to trade for a Smith & Wesson Pre-Lock Revolver? What has the world come to??

Where are all those “They don’t make stuff the way they used to” guys.


The key here is that I don't have a 6" 686 or I'd be all over this one!

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3 hours ago, SonnyCrockett said:

just curious why you would rather own a 686 over a 66,I would think it would be the other way around..

I own both. Mine are all Pre Locks. I want at least a 6” handgun to put a scope on. But, I don’t want to modify a Pre-Lock by having it drilled and tapped.

Post-Locks get priced like Pre-Locks all the time because the seller (and sometimes the buyer) isn’t aware of the market. In like condition a Pre-Lock will bring more than one with a lock. A 686 Pre-Lock may bring more than a 66 Pre-Lock. But if a seller can get a 686 with a lock to bring the same money or more than a Pre-Lock; he has hit a home run. But we have seen it happen.

I just threw it out there. I honestly didn’t expect it to take more than a few hours. But not much is moving, except in the new carry guns. I’m not in a hurry.

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