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Old 07-30-2011, 01:39 PM   #1
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Hi! New guy here So lets introduce myself, my name is Richard iam from Sweden and well just found this forum as i found my old magnum gun in a storage box. So i wanted to know, whos the maker of it?

So its an old gun, dont know how old 20y+ i think and well its plugged and with fake bullets (like a museum piece )

well here is some pics of t hope some1 can tell me whos the maker etc.





Model No647



Little marking that looks like a "D"

Well hope some1 can help me cheers have a gr8 day!

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It's a pot metal decorator.

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It's a pot metal decorator.
Yup-

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Dont know but shoot that thing much & you mite meet your maker
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Dont know but shoot that thing much & you mite meet your maker

It's non firing.
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It looks like the frame is a casting. Even if you could shoot it, don't.

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It's a bad Smith & Wesson knock-off.

Current S&W Model 647 is a .17 HMR Varminter. It is a large-frame (N) revolver which does include the .44 Rem MAg.

What ya got there looks like a coffee table gun.

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Agree- not a firearm, but a REPLICA of a firearm.

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Yeah, I was/am thinking movie prop. or even a modeling kit.
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