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  1. General Gun Discussion
    Please evaluate this antique revolver....... It works really good and smooth..... Manufactured during 1970s.......
  2. Collectors Corner
    Here is my Smith & Wesson British Service Revolver. If I've got the moniker right it's a S&W Model of 1905 4th Change. Basically, it's a Victory Model without the V-serial number. It's chambered for .38 s&w and it's great shooter with little recoil. The sights are very small, but it seems...
  3. Collectors Corner
    My dad has this gun his dad gave it to him and my dad has no idea where my grandpa got it. He thinks my great grandpa may have brought it here from Serbia in the early 1900s. About the gun: The trigger folds up. You have to cock the hammer to be able to pull the trigger. There is some...
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    hey my name is jared. i found an old revolver with a wooden grip in a patch of kudzu. it has the number 3 on the cylinder, the pin that holds the cylinder, and on the front pin sight. there are difrent style skrews throughout the revolver. the barrel is rifled. the gun has pitting all over it...
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