S&W Model 60 serial number question
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  1. S&W Model 60 serial number question

    I recently purchased a Model 60. SN is: ADR 73##. I've searched for information and have not been able to find anything and I can't really afford to pay for a complete history from S&W.

    Any information would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks

    John
    USN Reserve

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    According to my S&W Book it was made between Oct 1983 and Dec 1983. Look under the yoke and see what version yours is. 60-? Also see if you can find the production code. It's a six digit number. 102XXX
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    I also own an older model 60 in ".38 S&W SPL" which I purchased used at a gun show in 1986. The SN is: AEC50XX and it has a few additional markings.

    Inside the yoke area of the frame: MOD. 60
    On the swing-out portion: 2 X 4 # 9 where the # appears to be some symbol I don't recognize.
    Additional markings on the swing out in larger letters stamped sideways: S and then B11
    Under the grips on the left side are 4 different groups: B11, 2 x 4 # 9, F15, S
    Under the grips on the right side are 3 different groups: A circle with a U in it, a triangle with a V in it, and 7677

    Any ideas what all of these markings are?

    It is a great gun and I will carry it over my 1911 or Glock 23 on my "light days".

    Edmo

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    Your MOD 60 was made between Jan 1984 and Nov 1984. Other than that my book doesn't give any info on the other numbers and symbols. Sorry!
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    Thanks for the reply! It a great little gun and easy to carry.

    Edmo

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