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Old 12-06-2012, 01:52 AM   #371
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1776 commemorative 44mag

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I've got one real similar to your gun except mine is a .38 and has a hell of a lot of wear on it. Is there anyway to find out how old the gun might be?

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Contact Roy Jinks at Smith & Wesson. He's a well known historian and a nice guy. If I were you I'd get a letter letting you know all about your Smith. It's nice looking 4th model and if it functions well would make a fine shooter.
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Contact Roy Jinks at Smith & Wesson. He's a well known historian and a nice guy. If I were you I'd get a letter letting you know all about your Smith. It's nice looking 4th model and if it functions well would make a fine shooter.
Ok! Thanks for the info gunsmoke
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J.P. Sauer Western Marshall .44 magnum. It's my first revolver and I am hooked. It one of my favorite guns to shoot.

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J.P. Sauer Western Marshall .44 magnum. It's my first revolver and I am hooked. It one of my favorite guns to shoot.
Here is one in 357
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Here's a Smith Model 25-5. The 5 refers to .45 Colt. This one likes either the 270 gr Keith's or for social carry, the 225 gr Leverevolutions. Whether hunting or social carry, this piece has class.
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Some of you might have seen this in another post but here is another one of my favorites....

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Some really nice ones guys!

For any of you looking to add to your collection, there is a phenomenal online auction on the 8th! I sure as heck wish I had the funds because there is some crazy nice pieces up for grabs.

I'm not affiliated in any way with them but take a look at Burley Auction Group through Live Auctioneers.

http://www.liveauctioneers.com/catalog/35280_huge-advertising-auction-event/page1

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1921 Colt Police Positive in 38 special.

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Here's a Smith Model 25-5. The 5 refers to .45 Colt. This one likes either the 270 gr Keith's or for social carry, the 225 gr Leverevolutions. Whether hunting or social carry, this piece has class.
Love that Smith- Two of my favorite things together
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