The 586 is Back!!

Discussion in 'Centerfire Pistols & Revolvers' started by mesinge2, Feb 3, 2012.

  1. mesinge2

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    Love my 586 DCM silhouette. Excelent wheelies.
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    I know they make the 686 still but I love the look of a deep rich blued gun. My older 586, no dash:

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    Nice! I love the look of target stocks!

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    Me too. The bluing looks a mile deep on the old smith 586s.

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    What's the going rate to be on these? I'm about ready to get into a centerfire revolver. Got one in .22 that I really like.

    BTW, awesome guns all of the above. I am truly jealous!!!
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    The expected in-store price is supposed to be around $600 to $700.
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    You can luck into an older 586 for around 450 bucks when you find them. I paid 425 for my silhouette model.

    Right before the Shop closed up late last month stu has 2 586s, a 4 and a 6 inch for 400 each. I had a hard time not buying the 4.. And now wish i would have..
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    That's some NICE priceing!!! Around this area, $500-$650 is the going price on GOOD condition (s) for the older 586's!
    Havent seen any new one's and maybe I'm old fashionded, but I do LOVE the old 586 models...and you got some nice'uns Josh!;)
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    Love the front sight on your 586. I passed on a 8 3/8" 29 with the same sights. I kick myself often for passing that one up!
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    Yeah those adjustable target cams make all the difference. I can sight this wheelie in for a center hold at 4 separate distances and all i gotta do it turn the cam.
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    When my son, now 21 years old started to enjoy shooting the .357 mag I decided to buy the 6" 686 so I wouldn't risk scratching up my 6" Colt Pyhon. Well I can kick myself for not buying more Smith revolvers over the past years, they are great guns. Going to a gun show tomorrow here in Penna and I'm going to look for a K22 if I can find one at a reasonable price. The black on a Smith is great but the Royal Blue on my Python is absolutely priceless. Happy shooting.

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