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Old 10-18-2010, 07:49 PM   #1
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purchased this one today, a fifth model top break ,made around 1910 , looks unused ,cal.38 S&W
I know its becoming a habbit to show you these guns , but I cant help myself ,when ever I see one in this condition I feel the urgent need to take it home with me



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Damn! That is a good looking pistol Reinhard. *drools*

Must have more info. Where did you get it, price, history?? MAWR!!

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Damn! That is a good looking pistol Reinhard. *drools*

Must have more info. Where did you get it, price, history?? MAWR!!
the previous owner sold his antique S&W collection to a friend,I purchased this gun from him,payed 700 for it , personaly I think the the price tag on this gun is correct , given the scarce original box and the condition it's in
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Wow that's very pretty to be an old school piece. Please more info.....

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the previous owner sold his antique S&W collection to a friend,I purchased this gun from him,payed 700 for it , personaly I think the the price tag on this gun is correct , given the scarce original box and the condition it's in
Definitely worth it in my eyes. That is a beautiful piece to have in your collection.

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That was a great buy my friend and worth the price indeed. Congratulations on your new addition padre!

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Wow that's very pretty to be an old school piece. Please more info.....
I love the old school guns especially when they look like they were made yesterday
thanks for the kind words
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SWEET !!! Beautiful little topbreak!
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Beautiful piece, thanks for sharing.

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Another beauty Reinhard. Congratulations.

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