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Old 01-06-2012, 06:37 AM   #1
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i have smith and wesson model 36 subnose i want to buy a modern grip so i wana ask if any j frame well fit my gun?

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IIRC, there are two types of grips.
Rounded frame and square frame. Look up the model 36 on google images and you will see that some have a rounded grip base and others don't.
Grips for the square frame will fit the rounded.

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here is picture of my revolver am not even sure its model 36 am new with revolvers

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Yes, standard J frame grips will fit yours- although those are decent grips you have on there.

Open the cyllinder, and look at the part of the frame directly below the barrel- you should see a number like 36, or 36-1, 36-2, etc.

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i open it the number is T523 the seller who i bought it from says its brazilian but the frame says its made in usa

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A Model 36 is a Smith and Wesson. On the right side, in front of the trigger, and below the barrel, it will say
Made in USA
Marcas Registradas
Smith & Wesson
Springfield, Mass

On the LEFT side, directly below the cylinder release, it will have the S&W logo in a circle, and trade mark, and reg. US pat office


However, I think yours may be a Charter Arms Undercover. That is not a model 36 (J frame is S&Ws designation of that frame size and shape) However, Charter followed the S&W shape pretty closely, and J frame grips should fit. DO NOT expect other S&W parts to fit your gun if it is NOT a S&W.

PS- Your caliber marking may say .38 S&W Special. That is the CALIBER, not the make.

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here is micro pictures the last one is the number on the frame when i open the cylender

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OK- yours is definitely a S&W. The T 523 number- is that stamped on the frame of the gun, or is it on the crane of the gun (part that swings open?)

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the bumber on the crane

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i mean the number on the crane

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