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  1. S&W Revolvers 1857 to 1945
    Hello everyone! First off... great forum, congratulations to all for such awesome work! This revolver belonged to my great grandfather. After reading over many of the Q&As in this forum and doing some research(a), I was able to gather this information. I did my best with the pictures but that...
  2. S&W Revolvers 1857 to 1945
    Just finished cleaning a 44 special hand-ejector 2nd model with a 6.5 inch barrel. Does anyone have some advice on a safe round I can use with it. Only thing I can find at the moment is hornady 165g ballistic tips. Will these be ok or should I go with a lighter load. The piece is in good...
  3. S&W Revolvers 1857 to 1945
    Thank you so much for all of the helpful info posted to date on these revolvers. I am getting some conflicting info locally on the identification and value of this handgun. It was left to me in the will of an old time Alaskan pioneer and I want to give it to my son. I would like to be able to...
  4. S&W Revolvers 1857 to 1945
    I received this revolver from a family member that passed recently. All the information I could find on it was that it's an N-Frame, possibly model 3? Hand ejector and had the barrel/sight modified. The serial numbers also do not seem to match. I also think that it had been re-nickeled or wasn't...
  5. S&W Revolvers 1857 to 1945
    I just bought an old 32 S&W Long hand ejector, and am trying to find out more information. the serial number is 254XX, thanks in advance for all your help!!
  6. S&W Revolvers 1857 to 1945
    Ok, so I recently acquired a Smith and Wesson .38 special hand ejector and have spent the better part of 5 hours trying to date it. So, I'm going to be as specific as I can. Serial number 6688**. (That's right - 6 digits) Says "Smith & Wesson" on left side of barrel, ".38 S&W Special ctg." on...
  7. S&W Revolvers 1857 to 1945
    I just traded for this pistol not knowing anything about it. It is a .44 Hand Ejector 1st Model Conversion. Think it was originally chambered in .455 Mark II. But it is now 45 Colt converted. My question is in reference to the British Proof Markings and to any info on this pistol as to where it...
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