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It looks like a Smith and Wesson Model 2 to me.
"It's a gun you loaded on Sunday, and shot all week."
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Possibly a S&W # 1 1/2. Rounded bird's head grips I THINK were on that one, and the #2 had a flat butt. Something like this: http://antiquearmsinc.com/images/smith-wesson-model-one-half-second-1st-2nd-issue-antique-collectible-revolver/smith-wesson-model-one-half-second-1st-2nd-issue-antique-collectible-revolver-9.jpg
Are there any markings, and can you get a good hi def closeup photo?
What we have here is... failure- to communicate.
Nice looking. Oh, by the way, welcome to the fourm.
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I have one like that, but it's a copy of the Smith and Wesson made by a tool company back in the day. Mine isn't worth much since it's a copy, just an old family heirloom.