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Old 02-02-2012, 11:11 PM   #1
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New to forum. I have a vintage Smith that I am trying to pin down it's history. It is a 32CTG wheel, black plastic grip with a serial number of 706XX followed by a star. Any ideas?

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Old 02-02-2012, 11:13 PM   #2
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Pictures will help.

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Here is a pic

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Damn that thing looks rough! It's still beautiful to me though!

Hang in there, we have some pretty knowledgeable folks here, someone will be along that can tell you all about it I'm sure.

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Looks like the old "hand eject" model-
It may be the pre mdl 10 but not sure-
Old S&W's are good S&W's

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Possible that you have a .32 Hand Ejector Model (it later years, it would become the Model 30)- but think that was .32 S&W Long. Started making them in 1903. Grips are called "hard rubber"- they predate plastics. Finish is nickel plate.

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Thanks for all the info. Any ideas on approximate value? If any?

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Thanks for all the info. Any ideas on approximate value? If any?
Dont expect to much-
Do a google search & check gunbroker for bids on & completed auctions on the S&W hand ejector models
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The value of ANY gun is based on exact make, model, condition, and originality. In its present state, probably between $100-$175. However, that is a mildly educated guess from looking at ONE pic from ONE side of the gun.

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