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This weapon was found in my mother-in-law's home after she passed away. How can I find out it's age, and possibly it's history? The barrel is stamped 32 LONG CTC (or possibly CTG - difficult to read), the serial number, which I found under the hardened rubber grip, is 90510. The only other marking that I've found is (possibly) 39913. 20200102_175742_resized.jpg 20200102_181403_resized.jpg 20200102_175311_resized.jpg 20200102_175347_resized.jpg 20200102_180301_resized.jpg
 

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Welcome to the forum! welcome01
 

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Welcome! Nice find!
 

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Going by the serial # I think that left the factory in 1910. It appears to have aftermarket nickel plate (factory doesn't plate hammer & trigger). .32 Long CTG indicates it's chambered in .32 long cartridge. 39913 is a now meaningless assembly # to keep certain fitted parts together @ the factory before completion & serial # is assigned.
 
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