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  1. Need help determining value Of Model 1899 chambered in 38 colt

    S&W Revolvers 1857 to 1945
    So I recently procured my first Smith and Wesson revolver. I was told it was a model 1899 chambered in 38 special. SO..took it home full of excitement..loaded it up..and the cylinder wouldn't close...After taking it to 3 gun shops finally found one that was able to furnish me with a definite...
  2. need help to idetify date and price of this S&W

    S&W Revolvers 1857 to 1945
    i have what i think is a model one smith & Wesson its is a five shot .32 short safety hammer less its in great condition there is a small spot of pitting right behind the cylinder maybe the size of a q-tip head and the front sight has been replaced with a nickle plated one the thing that makes...
  3. .44 S&W Special CTG Identification Help

    S&W Revolvers 1857 to 1945
    Hey Guys, I just came across this forum today and I hope you guys can help me. My uncle has a 44 Smith & Wesson Special CTG that he got from his uncle 60+ years ago. He does not know anything about it and is at the age that he would no idea on how to find that out. I am trying to help him...
  4. Where would you put the value on this beautiful Model 1905 4th change

    S&W Revolvers 1857 to 1945
    Hi Guys, I bought this S&W model 1905, 4th change (5 screw) 5 years ago. And was wondering what it's value is today as I might want to sell it and buy a new S&W 41. It has a 6" barrel with a like new bore. This gun has not seen much use and may have fired a couple of times (none by me). It...