*SOLD SOLD SOLD* Well, fellow Addicts - this clean Smith and Wesson 28-2 is up for sale. A fine revolver in every respect - I’ve found after quite a few experiments that I am simply not a large-frame revolver guy, as much as I have tried to be! Purchased recently via auction, this four-inch 28-2 .357 Magnum serials to 1978 or so. Pinned and recessed, includes factory target stocks and box (which, in turn, appears to include all the typical paperwork EXCEPT for an owner’s manual). Unknown round-count prior to my ownership. I’ve put a little over 100 rounds of a mix of .38s and .357s through it. Was asking $850 - NOW $800 shipped FFL to FFL. Payment via PayPal discrete Friends and Family preferred. USPS money order also accepted. Outright sale is preferred. Potential trade options - we can work out the particulars of possible cash + / - if we strike a deal: * Springfield Armory MC Operator 1911 in .45ACP * Springfield Armory Long Beach Operator 1911 in .45ACP * Dan Wesson A2 Government 1911 PARKERIZED in .45ACP * Colt 9mm AR carbine (preferably including some Colt 9mm mags) * Reputable, quality complete AR lower with fixed buttstock * Ruger 10/22 take-down model with the factory “bag” and some Ruger-brand mags A word about my FFL so I don’t have to detail this via PM. My FFL is a little picky about copies of its license. It will NOT provide customers - even a semi-regular like me - with a copy of their license via email. Instead, I prepare their “transfer form” when I drop the gun off with them. This form will need to include the buyer’s FFL name and contact phone number. My dealer will contact your dealer directly to work out the transfer from there. It’s a process that works and I’ve shipped with these folks many times, but apparently many / most dealers are okay providing a copy of their license to customers - not so with mine. Thanks for looking!