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    Need S&W serial number help...

    I've misplaced my "The Standard Catalog of Smith & Wesson" book and was wondering if anyone has a S&W serial number reference handy. I just picked up a LNB S&W 37-2, nickel, open hammer, not bobbed and without a hammer lock and need to find out the date of manufacture. The Ser# is BNA5XXX.
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    I've misplaced my "The Standard Catalog of Smith & Wesson" book and was wondering if anyone has a S&W serial number reference handy. I just picked up a LNB S&W 37-2, nickel, open hammer, not bobbed and without a hammer lock and need to find out the date of manufacture. The Ser# is BNA5XXX.
    If you go to the Smith & Wesson website they have a link called "History Request"

    Weapon History Request - Smith & Wesson
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    S&W charges $30 for those reports and all I need is the DOB for mine. I'll pick up another copy. I probably left mine somewhere. Thanks...
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    Thanks for the info Grayfox. I finally found my book and forgot to post it here.
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