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    Please help

    Looking for help trying to figure out what year my gun is from just bought and registered today but no serial number
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    Look on the butt of the grip.

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    To be vintage it must be older than me.

    The next handgun I buy will be the next to last handgun I ever buy.

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    I’ve checked the cylinder butt of the gun barrel below trigger I’ve looked everywhere no serial number at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by S&WLover View Post
    I’ve checked the cylinder butt of the gun barrel below trigger I’ve looked everywhere no serial number at all
    Take the grips off and look under the grips.
    To be vintage it must be older than me.

    The next handgun I buy will be the next to last handgun I ever buy.

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    What do you mean by registered?
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    You have to register your weapons where I live and there is no serial number under the grips either

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    I can take off the grips and take pics if it helps at all

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    It won't hurt, just be very gentle when taking off the grips. Also a shot of the bottom (base) of the the grip area may help. That is where the ser number normally is.

    bob
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    Welcome aboard from the "GunShine"state of Florida.

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    I know it’s a topbreak that’s all I know I will get home in about an hour and post more pics hopefullyy they are helpful


 
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