Did a little pawn shopping today. I came across a Smith model 64 38+P, Stainless version of the model 10. I inspected the revolver. I give the finish a 9 out of 10! Nice! The trigger was tight as well as the hammer. The cylinder locked up well and had subtle bit of end play but acceptable none the less. No flame cutting. Forcing cone looked good as well as the bore and crown. Safely assume probably pretty low round count. Two things kept me from impulse buying. The cylinder opens a little rough sticking a little, possibly might need a bolt spring? It seems to catch a little at the ejector after I hit the thumb release. The other issue was the B/C clearance. The gap was between roughly .008 and .010 in full lock up for each cylinder. I actually measured it about three times until the clerk started making uh oh faces LOL. Honestly the gun may be close to new and still need some breaking in, but the B/C gap was ouch, a little wide. Maybe this is common for this model or the more service oriented Smith revolvers like the model 64. Any S&W guys out there that could chime in? They are asking $300 and THIS is a good deal, unless it's way out of spec.