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  1. New Members Introduction
    I have a S&W 32 cal revolver. I hope the pic is attached. I was wondering if anyone can tell me the model, possible year of manufacture, and should I shoot it? I have a reputable gun shop near me and they do sell the correct ammo., however I haven't brought the gun in so, over the phone their...
  2. S&W Revolvers 1857 to 1945
    I need to know, which model and year of this revolver .32 Hello, I'm new here, good morning everyone. I recently bought this .32 revolver, but I have no information on it. It is very old and has disappeared many markings. I researched a lot, and I think it's from Smith & Wesson. I believe...
  3. S&W Revolvers 1857 to 1945
    Hi guys, first post here. I have never owned any gun before this. It was given to my friend, and then given to me. At first I didn't think it was very old because it didn't look like an old revolver because of the finish. Honestly I thought it was just a bad revolver because I've seen newer...
  4. S&W Revolvers 1945 to Present
    I know Smith makes short-barrel magnums w/Adj. sights. . . Do they, or have they made a small frame .32 or .38 w/a 3" bbl. and Adj. sights? As I get older, I really need the better sights.
  5. S&W Revolvers 1945 to Present
    I've wanted one of these for some time, so I'm pretty happy. I've got some warm-ish handloads that I developed for my H&R 732 that I'm looking forward to trying from it. It had a whole lot of live rust on it when I got it, but it's mechanically very tight.
  6. S&W Revolvers 1857 to 1945
    Now this is not a S&W, but it sure resembles one. This is a .32 Russian Nagant 7 shot military revolver. It shoots a 7.62x38R cartridge or also called the 7.62 Nagant. It was designed by a pair of Belgian brothers named Nagant in 1895 and Russia used them until after WWII. This pistol was...
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