I.d. Year of Early non-matching Hand Ejector cylinder
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    I.d. Year of Early non-matching Hand Ejector cylinder

    I have a positive ID on my 1905 Hand Ejector, sn #3996** . I picked up a bag of parts with another cylinder and crane in it and noticed the ejector looked a bit thicker, and the stars were a tad longer; and it had a sn of #1257** . I tried it on my revolver and it fits fine. What year is that cylinder from? Pics show sn# and stars; with Ejector rod partially extended in both pics. Thanks, just curious as to the early sn# .
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    Thanks for the info and welcome! I think I will go back to my numbers matching cylinder and pass on this one to someone needing an earlier number; as my guns # puts it in the post-heat treating timeline. I just need to pick up the proper extractor that will fit it. I believe the serial # number makes it a 4th change model circa 1920’s?
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