This is a somewhat rare Iver Johnson revolver. The Trailsman 66 was introduced as a .22 LR cal. revolver with a 6” barrel and adjustable rear sight in 1958 and continued in production until 1975. Between 1962 and 1965 the company made a limited number of the Trailsman Model 66S snub-nose revolvers with 2 ¾” barrels and adjustable sights in .32 S&W cal. and .38 S&W cal. The Viking Model 67S was introduced in 1964 and the 66S was discontinued. This Model 66S is in exceptional condition. It has a few scratches on the metal and on the plastic grips (see photos) but retains ~98% of its original blued finish. The wide spur hammer is case colored and the trigger serrated. It is apparent that this revolver was not fired very much. The bore is like new. This is a really nice Iver Johnson.
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You are bidding on a Iver Johnson Arms & Cycle Works Trailsman Model 66S .38 S&W DA 5 shot revolver in exceptional condition . Buyer pays shipping. Payment can be Money Order, Cashier’s Check or Personal Check, which must clear before shipping (allow 10 days). We will ship only to an FFL dealer. Shipping is by USPS Priority mail with an estimated cost of approx. $14.00 to $23.00 depending on package weight, your ZIP Code and insured value.
This is a somewhat rare Iver Johnson revolver. The Trailsman 66 was introduced as a .22 LR cal. revolver with a 6” barrel and adjustable rear sight in 1958 a
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