Original Registered Magnum revolver in beautiful condition. Made in 1939, this gun has a 8.75" barrel with #7 King red bead front sight and U-notch rear, as confirmed by the factory letter. The grips are mismatched, and are numbered 59947, while the gun is 59824. Otherwise the gun is excellent and original with just the lightest of handling marks. Has the original numbered box, with papers...
Pre-War Smith & Wesson Revolvers
Top break revolver with 3.25" barrel. Left grip has a chip near butt. Bore has strong rifling with some minor frosting. Action works properly. Metal has approximately 50% original finish with the remainder patina. Fair overall condition.
Second model manufactured 1905-1909. Metal has been refinished and looks good. Right side of frame has a small area of very minor pin point pitting. Barrel is 10". Bore has strong rifling with frosting. Action works perfectly. Very good overall condition. Comes with a period holster.
Early 20th century carry revolver. Barrel is 3.25". Approximately 95% of it's original nickel finish with some minor flaking. Grips are mother of pearl and have a crack that has been repaired on right side. Action works properly. Bore has strong rifling with pitting. Good to very good overall condition.
Early model made in 1901. Metal has a thinning blue turning to patina; with most of it's blue being in protected areas. Action works properly. Bore is excellent. Barrel is 6 1/2". Grips have some wear, no chips or cracks. Good to very good overall condition.
Single shot target pistol manufactured 1905-1909. Barrel is 8". Bore has strong rifling with frosting. Action works properly. Pistol has original finish in protected areas, and some very fine pin point pits on barrel with the remainder being gray patina. Grips are good, no cracks.
Manufactured in the late 1910's. Barrel is 5". Approximately 95% original nickel plating remains with some minor flaking. Grips are near excellent with sharp checkering minus a small ding on left grip. Action works properly. Bore has strong rifling with some minor frosting. An attractive pre-war revolver.
Early 20th century revolver with 3.25" barrel. Action works properly. Bore has strong rifling with pitting. Metal has a mostly brown patina with some original finish in protected areas. Fair overall condition.
Rare Triple Lock Target model. The gun has been chrome plated and is in very good condition with most of the later plated finish remaining. The grips are old, neat looking stag. The bore is very good with one small spot of pitting. The action is good and locks up fairly tight. A rare and interesting gun, priced reasonably due to the refinish.
Smith & Wesson M&P .38 S&W caliber. Top strap marked “United states Property”. According to their very fine book “Standard catalog of Smith & Wesson 4th edition” Supica and Nahas the .38/200 British Service Revolver (Model K 200) Square butt is a K frame with 5screws., Identical to the .38 Hand Ejector 1905, 4th model. This...
Smith & Wesson Military & Police .38 Special caliber revolver. 6 ½” Blue model of 1905, 1st change. Has about 95% original bright blue finish. The grips are very good plus with a few light marks. The bore and action are excellent. A beautiful example, made around 1906.
Smith & Wesson Safety Hammerless 2nd “Bicycle” .32 S&W caliber revolver. Scarce “Bicycle” model with 2” nickel barrel and pearl grips. Very good plus overall condition. A fine Bicycle model.
Smith & Wesson Safety Hammerless 3rd “Bicycle” .32 S&W caliber revolver. Rare 2” “Bicycle” gun with blued finish and pearl grips. Approximately 94% original blue with some carry wear. Bore is excellent. Grips are excellent, no chips or cracks. A hard to find Bicycle model.
Smith & Wesson K22 Outdoorsman .22 LR caliber revolver. Pre-war K22 Outdoorsman in excellent condition. Has about 99% original blue with handling marks. Bore and action are excellent. Grips are excellent. Comes with a period correct box which may be the original. A great example.
Smith & Wesson Hand Ejector .455 Webley caliber revolver. British contract military revolver. The back strap is marked Col H.C. Travers Raoc. Col. Travers served in WWI as part of the Royal Army Ordnance corps. The gun has about 85% original blue with most of the wear on the grip straps. Bore and action are excellent.
Smith & Wesson Hand Ejector .44 Special caliber revolver. Second Model Hand Ejector. .44 Special caliber. Bore is excellent. Action works smoothly and indexes perfectly. Barrel length 6 ½”. Grips are very good except for small notches along the bottom edges. Gun has approximately 90% blue with some additional touch up blue over holster wear on the sides of...
Smith & Wesson 3rd Model Russian Revolver. Made in the 1870s. This gun is in very good condition with 80% of the original nickel. Gun is all matching. Bore has strong rifling with pitting.
Smith & Wesson K-22 Outdoorsman .22 LR caliber revolver. Pre-war K-22 Outdoorsman. Has about 95% original blue finish. Bore and action are excellent. Overall near excellent condition.
Smith & Wesson Bekeart .22/32 LR caliber revolver. Bekeart .22/32 hand ejector shipped to Philip B. Bekeart Co. May 18, 1912 as per the factory letter. Bore is excellent. Action works perfectly. Gun has approximately 95% blue. Grips are good to very good and show wear. Scarce gun shipped to Phil Bekeart Co. Gun letters as you see it!