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I was wondering if anyone knew where i could find a yolk for my smith and wesson model 10 K-frame. It is very old but through research i have determined year produced isn't a factor. I have already checked Brownells and any other site i found through google with very little luck. I found one for $54.00 but that is alot for a gun barely worth 100 bucks.

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Thats about normal price it might be an old gun but they sure do shot great


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 Yes extremely reliable and accurate my dept still uses them. We may be the only state dept that does.

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Is this the one with the fixed rear sight?

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I was wondering if anyone knew where i could find a yolk for my smith and wesson model 10 K-frame. It is very old but through research i have determined year produced isn't a factor. I have already checked Brownells and any other site i found through google with very little luck. I found one for $54.00 but that is alot for a gun barely worth 100 bucks.



I'm sure the $54 part was from Numrich/Gun Parts Corp.....


Have you contacted S&W? They are still producing the Model 10. You may want to check with them and see if you can get one cheaper from the manufacturer. It may/may not be the same, depending on the variant.

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smith and wesson only sell it if they install it for you ..which i dont understand unless its a precision piece because it is very easy to remove and replace


 


 


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mikemack03 says ...



I was wondering if anyone knew where i could find a yolk for my smith and wesson model 10 K-frame. It is very old but through research i have determined year produced isn't a factor. I have already checked Brownells and any other site i found through google with very little luck. I found one for $54.00 but that is alot for a gun barely worth 100 bucks.



I'm sure the $54 part was from Numrich/Gun Parts Corp.....


Have you contacted S&W? They are still producing the Model 10. You may want to check with them and see if you can get one cheaper from the manufacturer. It may/may not be the same, depending on the variant.


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What do you mean "old"? I'll have you know that I carriede a S&W Model 10 for most of my career only changing to a Model 64 because that is the Stanless version. <VBG>

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S&W Model, pencil barrel loaded with dept. issue 158gr round nose lead 38spl.  Thats what we protected our sorry butts with. And everybody elses.

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 we use hollow point 

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Like Robocop 33 & Sgt 405 I am an old salt and carried old reliable model 10. I also switched to the model 64 later on. I had my 64 buffed and it looked nickel. The good ole days.

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S&W will only sell it if it's factory installed because the Model 10 has been in production for 110 years (originally as the .38 Military and Police Model) with some slight changes over that 110 year span, you can tell how many design revisions by looking at the model number stamped on some of the revolvers (Model10-1... 10-2 etc.).  A yoke produced for one of the current M 10s will not properly fit one of the older M10s (and the way around), it may go on to it and appear to function properly, but could be an malfunction waiting to happen... S&W won't even send them to factory trained armorers for the reason that they more then likely don't have one in stock for a proper fit and will have to machine one.


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