Im trying to help my wife’s mom 1903? 32 Winchester ctg. Hand ejection police
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    Im trying to help my wife’s mom 1903? 32 Winchester ctg. Hand ejection police

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Size:  3.98 MB. I was a pawnbroker for many years and I would just like to have a second opinion the ID ‘ # on bottom of the barrel is 19624 Also noticed some proof marks ate each end of 32 Winchester on left of barrel. I have 4 more I’m working on so any information will be absolutely appreciated. Beginner Name:  081991AC-1DD1-4A5B-9E9A-AA05DB3ACEEE_1571046069921.jpeg
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    I responded to your duplicate post. 1902, a 1903 is a smaller gun in .32 Long. These have a leaf type trigger return spring that is near impossible to replace (as do the 1899's). Honorable retirement is my recommendation.


 

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