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Steven, what Adirondacker is saying is your gun is a .32 Regulation Police revolver with a serial number around 400,000 (mid-1920s). The SN is stamped on the front of the grip frame because the rebated (round and notched) frame is 3/4 enclosed inside the grips. The grips are a type of round to square butt grip adapter. Square butt is the correct technical term. The barrel is 4-1/4".

 

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RP's are a square butt grip on a round butt frame.
So the answer is "yes". ;)
 
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Thanks Guy. I sent pictures with it anyway.

Steven, what Adirondacker is saying is your gun is a .32 Regulation Police revolver with a serial number around 400,000 (mid-1920s). The SN is stamped on the front of the grip frame because the rebated (round and notched) frame is 3/4 enclosed inside the grips. The grips are a type of round to square butt grip adapter. Square butt is the correct technical term. The barrel is 4-1/4".

 
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