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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. S&W - Gunsmithing
    Hi all, I have a brand new Victory which failed to fire & eject Eley Club RN. It’s factory bull barrel. I then said “ok, let me try cheaper stuff…same situation” it seemed extremely dry. So I broke it down and oiled/etc. have not shot it yet BECAUSE 1. the factory grips (which I was going to...
  3. Smith & Wesson Rimfire Guns
    I thought I would just add my 2 cents here.... Just got my new SW22 PC to the range yesterday. Oh my! I don't think I've had that much fun shooting in years! Easy to shoot well Cheap to run Looks amazingly cool and a head turner at the range Guys shooting big boy canons all wanted to take a...
  4. Smith & Wesson Rimfire Guns
    Where do you get your extra Victory .22 mags? Smith & Wesson? Cabelas? Ebay? Somewhere else? Deguns.net where I got the gun from is out. Which is too bad because their price was $22.99.
  5. S&W Revolvers 1857 to 1945
    Hello Everyone, I'm new to S&W Forums. I just acquired my first S&W revolver and I have some questions about it. I have attached photos. I hear that you all like photos. S&W was able to tell me that it was a Victory Model manufactured in 1943. It appears to have had the barrel shortened. Not...
  6. S&W Revolvers 1857 to 1945
    I have inheirated a S&W .38 special Victory Model. It doesn't have the lanyard though. It is a 2" barrel and I can't find much on the 2" barrel. I have noticed that there is a lot of discussion about the 4" barrel, but is there anyone who can tell me a little more on the 2" barrel. Also I...
  7. S&W Revolvers 1857 to 1945
    I believe I have a Victory Model from the mid 40's. It has been passed down three generations in my family and is now my wife's carry weapon (until she decides what she wants as a permanent carry). S/N V114517 There are no foreign armory markings, and no US Property or US Navy marks. I've...
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