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Fine looking Old Smith, and it appears in near perfect shape! Thanks for sharing.
 

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Holy smokes , that is one fine Top Break !


I'm gonna get me one of those , some day .

I figure I'll have to start w a rough condition one and refurbish it though .


Regards ,
George
 

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I love this little pistol. One of the first guns I shot as a kid. Took a hell of a lot of strength for my 10 yr old self to squeeze off.
 

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Half cocked

Can anyone tell me is this da revolver has a half cocked position?
Trying to find a da revolver that has a half cock
So far I haven't found one
Thanks
 

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WOW, What a beauty. We rarely get to see one in that fine of condition.
I collect break top S&W's, and that's one of the nicest pistols I've seen outside of a museum collection.

You certainly wowed me tonight! Congratulations on such a fine piece of history,

Regards,
Gearchecker
 

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welcome01 to the forums from the Wiregrass! You just resurrected a 2 year old thread. And, no, there is no half cocked position.
 

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Looks better than most of my Smiths that are barely 30 years old (some even less!) So who brought out the Defibrillator for the two year old thread?
 

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I love to have old S&W's in that kind of shape. I have newer models from the 70's and early 80's.....but nothing as old as that. That is truly spectacular!!! Bob
 

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