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    .32 hand ejector 1st model

    Here's my (low serial # 290) .32 hand ejector model of 1896..What would the appropriate ammo for this gem be?
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    Wonder if this is rare?
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    .32 S&W, there seems to be one on Gunbroker regularly, often not in as good a condition. The interest in these appear to be increasing.
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    Good to hear that thanks!
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    The hand ejectors will take 32 s&w and 32 s&w long. Stay with lead bullets
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    That's a very nice example of an early S&W hand ejector. One of the first hand ejectors produced!
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    Very nice. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks for all the interest, I wonder how many were produced?
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    There were 19,712 produced from 1896-1903.
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    This is mine


    shipped to Philip Bekeart 4/30/1897. Yes he is the one that pushed S&W to make the 22/32 H.F.T
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