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SERIAL NUMBERS CHART download

http://www.danwesson...serial-numbers/

BTW ALL of the pics I see from you folk look super nice ! The engraved one is interesting - looks like a 15-2 VH (vented, Heavy lug)

tswenka's second one looks like a 15-2 also but not the heavy lug

Monson Mass is good with collectors I hear. I think the other is the Palmer plant.

If that is the case then according to the "chart" :

Mod 15-2 167xxx = 1978

Mod 15-2 173xxx = 1978

Hopefully someone that knows more than me can correct me if I got it wrong and/or pass some additional info into this thread.

Edited by Geno

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Bump for DW owners that need the serial number chart DOWNLOAD from Dan Wesson Forum

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Here is my pistol pack to include a 15" barrel. I bought this at FT Hood in 1980. Unfortunately the actual pistol was stolen with the 2" barrel in 1986. I picked up another Monsoon,MA frame in 1989.

The 2" barrel sported on the pistol now came from CZ/Dan Wesson about two years ago.

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Lucky dog. Kinda pondering if I should try to score some new battles for mine. Olny ones I have found that I like are ewk eh's. Don't know if the finish would match up though. Gonna leave the pretty one alone.

Edited....damm phone autocorrect...that is supposed to say barrels.

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Man, pistol packs, when I've seen them, are outrageous now! i wish I had one!!!

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Thanks to everyone who has helped with the legwork on this gun genealogy???? project. haven't gotten anything acomplished with it, cus I got sidetracked with my black rifle and M&P. Still a top project though.

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They are a addiction. I'm on the look out for a .22 DW and also the 10" and 12" factory barrels to complete my collection of all facory barrels made for the 15-2 Pistol pack I have. The .22 Dan Wessons are bringing crazy money right now.

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Here are some photos of my Dan Wesson. I received this as a gift from my wife around 1978. As has been noted, this gun is very accurate and fun to shoot.

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Dan Wessons of that era are excellent revolvers. I've never seen a bad shootin one. I've got an 8 inch 22LR that shoots like a rifle. The fit and finish on 'em is as good as any smith or colt. They are an underappreciated, but great revolver.

leroy

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Dan Wessons of that era are excellent revolvers. I've never seen a bad shootin one. I've got an 8 inch 22LR that shoots like a rifle. The fit and finish on 'em is as good as any smith or colt. They are an underappreciated, but great revolver.

leroy

I agree... And that is a nice Monson there Fox.

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