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    S&W Antique Revolvers!

    Interested in buying S&W (Smith and Wesson) Antique (manufactured in or before 1898) Revolvers. Drop me a PM if ya have one. Thanks!
    "A free people ought to be armed." - George Washington (January 17th, 1790)
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    "A free people ought to be armed." - George Washington (January 17th, 1790)
    Criminals obey "gun control" laws in the same manner politicians follow their oaths of office!
    ..: God Bless America :..


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    What exactly are you looking for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4570govt View Post
    What exactly are you looking for?
    Interested in any S&W manufactured in or before 1898 (especially the Model 2 Army).
    "A free people ought to be armed." - George Washington (January 17th, 1790)
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    There are several #2 army on gun broker range $350- $1500.
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    Yea - been following them. Thanks!
    Last edited by SW_Owner; 03-13-2017 at 05:50 PM.
    "A free people ought to be armed." - George Washington (January 17th, 1790)
    Criminals obey "gun control" laws in the same manner politicians follow their oaths of office!
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    I have a #2. It's a rough example BUT fits it spot in my collection. Good luck finding yours. The ones on gun broker have an interesting varity.
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    I have a 1st Model U.S. Schofield with holster, belt, buckle and ammo pouch I may consider selling. This is a fine example and was issued in 1875 or so to the U.S. Cavalry.
    If you are serious about getting into antique S&W's.....this is one of the "Must Have" models. Of course it will set you back a bit financially but email me if you need more info.
    The ammo in the photo would NOT be included.
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    Thanks for the kind offer threedflyer. I am sticking to S&W marked puppies only. I know that the U.S. Schofield was produced by S&W but decided a few years ago to stay with S&W marked revolvers. Thanks again for the kind offer.
    "A free people ought to be armed." - George Washington (January 17th, 1790)
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    There are no "manufacture dates" with Smith and Wesson. The only factory recorded dates are the ship dates.

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