I have a Smith & Wesson Model 67 that I need a value on.
Carried by a police officer a lot, fired little.
It shows a fair amount of holster wear. The cylinder is polished bright like a mirror where it rubbed the holster. There are also some other places showing similar wear. There is also 2 small dings in the grips, visible in the first photo.
The gun was not cleaned after it was last fired, which was about 20 to 25 years ago. It has lived in a dresser drawer since then, in the holster. The bore is not scuffed or leaded, the cylinder is very very dirty with powder residue. The forcing cone is completely incrusted with powder residue.
It has some sort of a problem with lock up. When dry fired in double action, it does not lock up the cylinder every time. The cylinder is completely free to turn. This does not happen in single action mode. I do not think it is a timing problem, rather a dirt and lack of lubricant problem, but I am not sure.