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Hello. We found a revolver under the floor boards while renovating an older house. I've read through a few posts here in an attempt to identify it but so far all I can determine is it's a hammerless model made by Warner Arms for S&W pre WWII. Any help is appreciated.
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The only thing I can tell you about it is that it probably date back into the very early 1900's, and possibly older than that. It'll make a nice wall hanger and conversation piece.
 
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it shoots the 38 S&W cartidge - it has no links to S&W as a manufacturer..

Made by Warner arms, they were primarly a reseller of other firms products while in New York, and in the early in 1913, the Warner Arms Corporation moved to Norwich, Conn. from New York, it was acquired and became (Davis-Warner) in 1917 in Norwich.

this one by the serial number proabably dates around 1914/1916 - they made very few guns overall.. Davis-Warner went dormant about 1919.


its value is negligible - wallhanger / parts


Warner Arms Corporation - Firearms identification
 
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