Smith & Wesson Model 30

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he Model 30 was built on the small I frame and based on the Hand Ejector Model of 1903. In 1960, the I frame size was dropped and the J frame became standard for the Model 30. Model 30 revolvers built on the J frame have -1 stamped behind the model number. Massachusetts natives Horace Smith and Daniel Baird Wesson, famous for their revolver designs, are also known for having developed the first practical American-made self-contained metallic cartridge, the .22 rimfire short. Both men were experienced in the design and manufacture of firearms, and in 1852, they formed a partnership for the purpose of manufacturing magazine-type arms. Their Norwich, Connecticut factory produced the iron-frame lever-action Volcanic pistol, patented in 1854 (see case 42 gun #1), which was a direct predecessor to the Henry and Winchester lever-action rifles that became famous during the Civil War and post-war periods.

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In 2023 a new or used Smith & Wesson Model 30 value varies depending on supply and demand. In the last 12 months there is great demand for a Smith & Wesson Model 30 and most handguns. The Price for a Smith & Wesson Model 30 has increased in cost by $0.00 in 2023 compared to 2022.

Estimated New and Used Values for a Smith & Wesson Model 30 Values are based on a basic model with no options or colors.

Condition Trade-In Private Party Dealer
New In box $279.44 $365.42 $429.90
Excellent $257.94 $343.92 $386.91
Very Good $236.45 $343.92 $386.91
Good $214.95 $322.43 $365.42
Fair $150.47 $279.44 $343.92
Poor $107.48 $214.95 N/A

Gun Value Conditions explained:

New in box - 100% condition in unopened box. Excellent - 95%+ condition with or without box.

Very Good - 90% - 95% condition (all parts/finish should be original).

Good - 80-90% condition (all parts/finish should be original).

Fair - 30% - 80% condition, parts, and finish may or may not be original. Must function properly and shoot.

Poor - under 30% condition. Firearm has severe wear and tear, does not function, or is damaged.

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