Also known as the No. 2 Army. Caliber .32 Rimfire. Serial number 13448. Revolver falls in Civil War era production. Barrel has been shortened to 3 3/8", which makes the barrel handle better and more concealable. Action works perfectly. Good overall condition.
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Also referred to as the "Baby Russian". Bore has strong rifling with pitting. The action works perfectly. Metal has been re-nickeled and was well done. The revolver looks really good especially with the mellow old ivory grips.
Made pre-1899. 44 Russian caliber with a 6” barrel. This is a nice sharp gun with blue in protected areas. This is a very sharp gun that really shows minimal wear on the metal, it just lacks finish. Engraving is nice and sharp. Grips show handling wear. Gun is all matching. Action works perfectly and locks up tight. This gun has the serial number “0” on the butt. This...
Smith & Wesson No.3 1st Model American. Made in 1871. .44 American caliber with a very rare 6 ½” barrel. This gun is in very fine condition with approximately 90% of the original nickel. Grips are good, and show carry use. This gun is all matching. Action works well. This gun comes with a factory letter that says this gun was shipped to MW Robinson in New York, NY on April 10, 1871 with...
Excellent Smith & Wesson No.2 Army. Very fine gun with 90% of the original bright blue. Grips are excellent. This is a post Civil War model. Gun works perfectly.
Smith & Wesson No1 Second Issue .22 Short Revolver. Scarce 2nd quality marked model. Frame has most of its original silver plating. Markings are sharp. Bore has strong rifling with pits. Good to very good overall condition.
Cased Smith & Wesson 1st Model 1st Issue 3rd Variation. Early gun! The barrel has mostly dark brown patina. Frame is mostly silver. Very good grips. There were only around 1800 or so of these models made. This gun comes in a very fine gutta percha case.