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I just inherited this revolver from my late grandfather. I’ve done various research looking to identify it but it seems I have came up short. No numbers listed except for a 5 digit number under the barrel and handle. It is chambered in 22lr and has a four inch barrel. The gun is in rough condition just looking to learn more about it. I will attach pictures. The gun is engraved. Not sure if that’s the way it came or something someone else did. Thanks everyone
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It should be a good shooter. Clean it up and use it. Nothing you do to it now will hurt it's value any more than it's already been hurt.
 

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Welcome Andy. Glad to have you here with us!
You have a nice heirloom there, to remember your grandfather by. Look it over, clean the bore, and if the lock up, and timing are good, and it probably is, it should be a good shooter. Since its right at the edge of the corrosive era, the bore maybe a bit rough, if it was not properly cleaned.
Take it out and give it some range time.
 
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