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Old 06-10-2012, 08:31 PM   #11
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I do not think it is an Uberti due to how the break action works.

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Look at this as well, that's a cylinder from Uberti.

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I'm thinking its a refurbished original. Which would explain changed grips. If they aren't the originals.
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What's the latch look like on the other side?

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Here's one with the top latch style:

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I was told by the man.that brought it to me that it is a s&w model 3 .44 Russian. I hate to tell him but i cannot find anything on it to make it seem to be s&w. Most of them have a whole in the trigger which this one does not.
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I was told by the man.that brought it to me that it is a s&w model 3 .44 Russian. I hate to tell him but i cannot find anything on it to make it seem to be s&w. Most of them have a whole in the trigger which this one does not.
Looks just like one though lol.
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Here is the latch

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Here's a Russian that look just like yours at the break?

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Has that same knob.
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The break does but there is no swivel on the bottom of the grip


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