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  1. What is it, When was it made, What's it worth?
    If there is any explanation on what exactly this firearm is it would be much appreciated. The name caliber serial number and barrel markings are in the title. I'm unsure of the barrel length but it looks as if there was a secondary bore on the cylinders. The photos attached is the only...
  2. New Members Introduction
    Hi, I'm Stephen and I like finding old firearms that I can clean up and fire. My latest acquisition is a lend-lease S&W .38 Victory model. I'll be searching for more information on the revolver in the forums.
  3. What is it, When was it made, What's it worth?
    This 3.5" S&W CTG Victory Model (serial number V 84212) was bought in a flea market some time during the 60s-70s. Through some research, my theory is that it was one of the guns sold to Britain during World War 2, but I can't be sure.
  4. S&W Revolvers 1945 to Present
    Hello! I found this 6 shot .38 special S&W revolver in North GA last summer. It looks like the revolver has been refinished, the barrel has been cut down, and the grips have been replaced. My initial research leads me to believe it is some kind of post production victory model. I have noticed...
  5. S&W Revolvers 1857 to 1945
    I HAVE THIS GUN AND KNOW A LITTLE ABOUT IT WOULD LOVE TO KNOW MORE. ITS A PREWAR MODEL SMITH AND WESSON REBORED FOR 38 SPECIAL. IT IS NICKEL PLATED. IT IS A VICTORY MODEL AND IT IS STAMPED INSIDE SWING 19 3 35. I AM ATTACHING PICS YOU CAN EMAIL ME AT [email protected] OR YOU CAN TEXT ME...
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