Re: Help w/ Old 38 special
Spanish revolvers have very little value. These were put out before WWII as cheap copies of quality pistols. They liked to copy Smith & Wessons a lot. That being said, there are some collectors of these pistols, but they have to be in virtually new condition to be of any value at all. An ordinary Spanish pistol showing any wear will range in value from about $20 to $65. The higher value is for those in decent working condition, which a great many of them are not. Even if it appears to be in shooting condition I would advise against firing it, as these pistols are usually of questionable quality and can be dangerous to the user.