Tweed Ring wrote:I have a S&W model 64-6 3" heavy barrel revolver. I'd like a black or British tan, out side the waist band, right-hand holster. What can you build for me?
dan dan the XD40 man wrote:I will admit that I know less about S&W revolvers by model number, than I do the caliber of Glocks by theirs.
I have a 3" Model 60 dummy gun, not sure if it is the same or not.
If it helps now or in the future...
The Model 60 is a J-frame, the smallest (modern) Smith & Wesson frame size. And the 3-inch Model 60 revolvers have a full underlug. It's not the same frame size and also a radically different barrel profile than a Model 64-6 with a 3" heavy barrel. The Model 64 is a K-frame, the most common of all the Smith & Wesson revolvers, and not coincidentally... it's the frame size of the Model 10 which, in all it's different guises, has become the single most-produced and successful single model of handgun in all of history with an estimated of more than six million having been produced and sold... and counting.
The Model 64 is a stainless version of the legendary Model 10.