That is not a S&W 2nd Mdl. frame. The large frame were S&W 3rd mdls. The S&W 3rd mdl. was later named the "N" Frame. The one he is holding in the sword fight is a 3rd Mdl. .44 frame.
I am only discussing the scene posted not every firearm used in the "Indy" movies.
when dirty harry pulled out that winchester 70 in 458 i had to have one. i already wanted a big bore dangerous game rifle but that movied sealed the deal.
here is mine. bought it in 1986
the leupold scope self destructed a few months after taking that pic. i put the old weaver k2.5 back on it that i originally put there in 86'. i want one fo those trijicon accupoint 1-4x with the green chevron for it.
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