Don't know about the internet, but I have a book. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. I think you could get 350 to 450 from the right buyer. It is recommended that you insure the defective products to be returned. Leave out the last couple of digits if you like, but include x's.
To determine the required direction of rotation, refer to the Shot Group Movement column in the Laser Adjustment Table on page 46 of the owner's user manual. Come for the info, stay and make some friends. Supica's book is my primary reference. I forget off hand at roughly what Serial Number the Model of 1902 began, but, I think it was around what yours is or a little above it, so, either a late Model of 1899, or, an early Model of 1902. Further study shows the subject to be of almost unbelievable complexity. There was also a run of 25 Florida Highway Patrol shiny nickel model 28 revolvers that the had F. Please feel free to email me it that is easier.
Late 1947 — Early 1948 S72,000 — S72,499………. My book, Standard Catalog of Smith and Wesson, 3rd Edition, puts J-frame numbers 55050 - 75000 as being made in 1955. You may wish to reference one of the many books written on the value of handguns at your local bookstore or library. Unfortunately, we are unable to predict the value of handguns after they are shipped from the factory. Unlock additional features, and fewer ads while browsing. During that time period, serial numbers in the crane were not normal on weapons shipped with magna grips. Initially introduced with a capacity of 14 rounds, this was later increased to 15 rounds for future variants.
I think the later replaces the former. Thanks in advance for your insight. It has a lot of info that might be of interest to many of you. Many firearms have been introduced to use this pattern of magazine including the as well as the , , and. I need to know what caliber it is and approximate mfg. This model was discontinued in 1988. You can send them a picture and they can find out more of the background on your gun along with the date manufactured.
Not looking for value as it is sentimental. Which would be the one we use trying to determine the manufacture date? If the gun is an N-frame and has a checkered topstrap, then its a Model 27. It at least one case a gun has a 5-screw serial and was built as a 4-screw gun. Sigma series - The serial number is located on the frame under the front of the handgun. These older guns will take a little more effort to find out their history. Well, the 3rd Gen equivalent of that pistol is the 6904. If that doesn't work, then you could try to contact a gun shop and see if they can help you.
That's a nice snubbie you have. And the single stack version would be the 3914, which is virtually identical to the 908. Most are double stack, but a few single stack versions were made. If you are uncertain, contact your ammunition supplier for verification. This is a quandry with what we found.
This article needs additional citations for. In early 1970, a dozen experimental all-stainless-steel prototypes were made and were issued to commandos for evaluation in the field. I believe that is what happened. They have saved me from some costly mistakes such as a gun that looked great but was not correct due to a wrong front sight. I was wrong once, but later found out it was a mistake.
Anyway , you have one of the first Model 51's made Made from 1960 until 1974 , it's also a very desirable gun. Late 1974 — Early 1975 D750,001 — D870,000………Late 1975 — Early 1976 D870,001 — D999,999………Late 1976 — Early 1977 2D00001 - 2D80,000………. But it appears that it is older than I first thought. It is a 4 screw, rather than a 5 screw. Damage due to abuse, misuse or neglect is not covered. The same number is also on the part that the cylinder attaches to I believe that is called the crane; please correct me if I'm wrong as I am new to firearms and just learning all the terms.
If you want more detailed information on any of these models, I highly recommend picking up the which was a huge help in verifying the info for the chart. It has long been common practice in the firearms industry to set up tooling to make one model, or similar models, turn out a quantity estimated to last say, a year, then retool for another model. While the year of the changeover to model numbers is usually given as 1957, it has been my understanding that they were phased in over what I was told was as long as a two year period. It has never been fired since I have owned it. Late 1949 — Early 1950 S75,000 — S80,499……….