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One of the firearms from my grandfather after he passed and I think I’m having trouble finding the same model. Plenty of similar revolvers but always what seems to be larger frames. Admittedly I know very little about revolvers so this could be a silly question but any information would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!
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That is a very nice pre model 34. Some wear but not abused. Very low serial number. Thank you very much for posting a great pistol. Kit guns are always very desirable and popular.
Thank my Grandfather! It seemed to hold up pretty well for being stuffed under a bed. Now I just need to get the trigger to work properly (won’t reset unless you touch the hammer) so I can plink!
 
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