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    Pics! Smith and Wesson .38 1886 Model 4

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    Marks/Dates: SMITH & WESSON SPRINGFIELD MASS. U.S.A.
    PAT'D OCT. 2. 1883. AUG. 4. 1885. APRIL 9.1889

    Left side of barrel marked: 38 S. & W. CTG

    serial 205xxx
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    Fine looking Old Smith, and it appears in near perfect shape! Thanks for sharing.
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    Sweet!
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    that is a beauty! it appears to be in spectacular condition. welcome to the forum!

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    Holy smokes , that is one fine Top Break !


    I'm gonna get me one of those , some day .

    I figure I'll have to start w a rough condition one and refurbish it though .


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    Nice!

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    Looks great for such an old firearm!
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    It certainly looks to be in wonderful shape.

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    I love this little pistol. One of the first guns I shot as a kid. Took a hell of a lot of strength for my 10 yr old self to squeeze off.

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    how many of those you reckon are still around and in operable condition?


 

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