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Welcome to the forums from the Wiregrass! Fixed or adjustable sights? Square or round butt? Type of grips? A picture or two would answer a lot of questions.



 
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That's not a .32 Long I don't believe. Does it say .32 S&W Long CTG or .32-20 CTG, .32 WCF? That looks like a .32-20 Military and Police revolver to me.

NO, guy! The serial number is too high for a .32-20. Post a picture of the caliber stamp.
 
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Well, I've heard of the existence of these but have never seen one. It appears to be a .32 M&P from the 1920's. It is a K frame like the .38 M&P and the .32-20 M&P.
 

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Well, I've heard of the existence of these but have never seen one. It appears to be a .32 M&P from the 1920's. It is a K frame like the .38 M&P and the .32-20 M&P.
Hmm. Might be an I frame. For comparison:

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Grrr. not an IT guy.
 

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The hammer and trigger are at odds with the body. I think it has been refinished.
Need to see it with the grips off. ;) And the sideplate side.
 

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Mr. ABC, take off the grips and see if the size is printed on the back of the panel. I'd also like to see both sides of the grip frame without the grips.
 
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BINGO. Factory refinish December 1959.
Model 1903 .32 Hand ejector , 5th change. It's an I frame (like mine above)
 
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