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Old 04-01-2011, 06:01 PM   #1
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Acquired this gun from a friend who said it was his great grandfathers gun. Don't know anything about it? Pics Posted! Any info will be appreciated!

Thanks Allen

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Old 04-01-2011, 07:44 PM   #2
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Link to a blog from a gent that publishes some good stories- Scroll WAY down the left side until you get to the article on the Enfield #2 snubby. THE NEW RIVER VALLEY OUTDOORSMAN

Basically, a British Military revolver that has been shortened up.

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Some good information there. Cool little gun.

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Thanks For the very good info C3Shooter!!!! That looks like the weapon!!! Wonder if its worth anything?

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Well, the collector's value as a military arm sort went south when it was "sporterized". Value now is pretty much as a shooter. And top break .38 S&Ws (NOT .38 Special) snubbies are not real high on the list. As a connection to your family, and a neat bit of histoey- priceless. To put a mundane value in terms of dollars and cents- $50-$75.

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