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Old 11-28-2012, 02:45 AM   #31
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Schoffield 1875 tilt top 36

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Your S&W .32 auto is a very rare gun. Much more so than the .35 calibers.

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Schoffield 1875 tilt top 36
Nope..........
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Nope..........
Brand is right. Model and caliber I wasn't sure on.
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Brand is right. Model and caliber I wasn't sure on.
Strike 2 ;-)......
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How about a S&W model ?

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Very good, now which one? Glad to see others with an appreciation of older guns!
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Very good, now which one? Glad to see others with an appreciation of older guns!
I want to say its a model three but that doesn't sound right for some reason. I have a thing for old west weapons.....mainly long guns amd knives
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I think it's a S&W Model 3 chambered in 45 Schofield.

How about this?
2.7mm Kolibri Auto


Note: the round is the key to figuring this out.

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