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    Can anyone tell me what I have?

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    Number on the bottom of the grip. 850827

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    Some how I ended up with three of the same pictures.
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    Hey S,

    Welcome to

    Way to go! Pics of a fine "Long Action 5 Screw"...on your first post!!

    Later, Mark
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    Welcome to the friendly forum. Military & Police Model (M&P) made 1940-45, after 1957 re-named Model 10. Yours has aftermarket grips. I can't read the side of the barrel but probably says it's a .38 S&W, some were reamed out to chamber .38 Special (can be checked by looking in the chamber to see if there's 2 steps instead of 1). Although generally safe it wasn't a great idea.
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    38 M&P and it has been refinished at some point in the past
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    I agree with Mark and Injunbro.............also appears to be refinished.

    Welcome to the forum....
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    The side of the barrel just says Smith and Wesson. It doesn't have any caliber.

    Can you explain 2 steps instead of 1?
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    Jonesy beat me to the "refinish" comment.......chuckle
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stros2017 View Post
    The side of the barrel just says Smith and Wesson. It doesn't have any caliber.

    Can you explain 2 steps instead of 1?
    The right side of the barrel should state the caliber.....................a better picture would reveal more.

    The "steps" Injunbro is referring to is inside of the 6 cylinder holes.
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    You are correct it does say 38 on the other side. Just a little hard to read . Thanks
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