Single shot target pistol with 10" barrel. Bore is perfect. Has 99% lustrous factory original blue, and correct checkered walnut grips with S&W medallions. A beautiful S&W Target Model Perfected.
Pre-War Smith & Wesson Revolvers
Original pre-war Registered Magnum revolver with a 6.5" barrel. This is an interesting gun, shipped in 1939 according to the factory letter, and then returned to the factory in 1945 according to the service mark on the inside of the grip frame. The gun letters with a gold bead front sight and a U-notch rear sight, but currently has a Patridge front sight and standard square notch rear. The...
Pre-war Outdoorsman with 5" barrel and bright blue finish. Has desirable Magna grips numbered to the gun, gold bead front sight and humpback hammer. Has about 98% original blue with a bit of flaking on the sideplate and the topstrap. The grips are excellent. A beautiful example.
Pre-war Heavy Duty revolver with 5" barrel and blue finish. Has about 95% original bright blue finish with a bit of muzzle and edge wear. The bore and action are excellent. The grips are excellent with sharp checkering and are numbered to the gun. Comes with original box, which shows some wear. A great example of a pre-war Heavy Duty.
Pre-war Outdoorsman. Barrel is 6.5". Bore is excellent. Grips are good with normal wear. Action works perfectly. Metal has approximately 93% original finish. Very good overall condition.
Manufactured in 1911. Barrel is 3.25". Bore is excellent. Metal has approximately 98% original finish. Grips are not chipped or cracked. Very good plus overall condition.
Desirable pre-war production with 6" barrel. Bore is excellent. Grip checkering is sharp. Patent dates on butt are easily visible. Trigger and hammer have great case colors. Excellent overall condition.
Very fine British issued Triple Lock. Revolver has Birmingham proofs and Sold Out of Service markings. Barrel is 6.5". Bore is excellent. Grip checkering is sharp. Metal has approximately 98% original finish with some light holster wear near muzzle. Excellent overall condition. A desirable Smith & Wesson.
Very fine pre-war M&P model made in the 1930's. Barrel is 5". Grip checkering is excellent. Excellent overall condition.
Neat custom Triple Lock with 3.5" barrel rounded butt and nicely figured walnut grips. Very good condition as refinished.
Pre-war revolver with 4" barrel. Metal has a thinning blue turning to patina. Bore has strong rifling with some pitting. Grip have some chips on backstrap. Action works perfectly. Good overall condition.
Pre-war revolver with 5" barrel. Metal has original finish in protected areas; the remainder is a gray patina. Action works properly and locks up tight. Bore is good with strong rifling and frosting. Grips are not cracked or chipped. Good overall condition.
Scarce 5" nickel plated model manufactured pre-war. Also referred to as the Wolf & Klar model. Bore is excellent. Original nickel plating is very good plus with some very minor flaking. Grips checkering is excellent. Action works perfectly. A desirable pre-war revolver!
Pre-War revolver manufactured approximately 1938-1940. Metal has been refinished and looks great. Action works perfectly. Grips are ivory with Smith & Wesson medallions. Lanyard hole has been filled. Barrel is 5.5". Bore has strong rifling with minor frosting. A good looking Pre-War Hand Ejector in a poplar caliber.
Pre-war 4" blue M&P revolver made for England in .38 S&W caliber. Was converted and "updated" after the war by Cogswell & Harrison to shoot .38 Special. Very good condition overall.
Pre-war M&P revolver with 4" barrel and blue finish. The sideplate has been refinished, the rest of the gun is very good with about 80% of the blue. The bore has a small amount of pitting, good condition.
Model of 1905 4th change. Bore is excellent. Revolver has all of it's original nickel plating. The action works perfectly. Hammer and trigger have vivid case colors. Grip checkering is sharp. This is as good as it gets for a Pre-War Hand Ejector!
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...
Third model hand ejector manufactured in the early 1920's. Action works properly. Bore has strong rifling with some pitting. Barrel is 3.25". Metal has approximately 60% original finish with the remainder a brown patina with holster wear. Fair overall condition.
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.