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has the marcas registradas which I know is Latin as was stamped for counter fitting purposes. Dosnt have any model # just a cerial number. Barrell just says smith & wesson. Trying to get an idea of model and year. Sent email to s&w but I'm impatients
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Need S/N and some more pictures if you want us to tell you anything about it.
 

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has the marcas registradas which I know is Latin as was stamped for counter fitting purposes. Dosnt have any model # just a cerial number. Barrell just says smith & wesson. Trying to get an idea of model and year. Sent email to s&w but I'm impatients View attachment 478399
Need S/N and some more pictures if you want us to tell you anything about it.
Need S/N and some more pictures if you want us to tell you anything about it.
L 81 182, serial # 604xx3
 

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the crane numbers are just assembly numbers and don't mean anything outside the factory.

any additional pictures?
 

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has the marcas registradas which I know is Latin as was stamped for counter fitting purposes. Dosnt have any model # just a cerial number. Barrell just says smith & wesson. Trying to get an idea of model and year. Sent email to s&w but I'm impatients View attachment 478399
the crane numbers are just assembly numbers and don't mean anything outside the factory.

any additional pictures?
the crane numbers are just assembly numbers and don't mean anything outside the factory.

any additional pictures?
the crane numbers are just assembly numbers and don't mean anything outside the factory.

any additional pictures?
 

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Assuming ser. no. is correct, my guess of date is '50-'52.
Agree with 1952 before the improved I frame. Sorry, Matt. Welcome to the forums from the Wiregrass! After a few further modifications, it would become the Model 30 in 1957.
 
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Pictures of the whole gun on as many sides as you can. Cylinder chambers with the cylinder open. Grip frame with the grips off...
 
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