S&W Collector-grade Revolvers For Sale- New Braunfels

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    OIF2

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    S&W Collector-grade Revolver For Sale- New Braunfels

    Here's the last one until I put the next batch up on the block. I'm reducing my numbers to finance a couple of hunting trips. I can provide more pix, or just meet me and see. All these guns I'm selling are collector-grade, some unfired. Stay tuned for more nice S&W revolvers in the days ahead.

    This one is a 99% (maybe unfired) 6" M&P .38 Special from 1946-47, with the one-line address. Perfect bluing (original) and stocks. No box. $600.00 FTF in central TX. More pix available.
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    5 Screw Smith

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    Absolutely gorgeous! The top gun is a "transition" gun. It was made with whatever new parts were left over prior to WWII and fitted with new post war parts. You can tell because of the pre-war frame (one line of script on the frame, Made in the USA), a pre-war hammer, and a post war ejector rod (no knurled ejector rod like the 1905 hand ejector has in the 2nd photo) and post-war grips. A very scarce gun because of this and in this condition probably rare.

    The second gun is a Military and Police model 1905 4th change hand ejector. Also a hard to find gun in this condition. Beautiful Smith & Wesson 5 screw hand ejectors from a time when their revolvers were hand crafted.

    ****Drooling*****
     

    OIF2

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    Absolutely gorgeous! The top gun is a "transition" gun. It was made with whatever new parts were left over prior to WWII and fitted with new post war parts. You can tell because of the pre-war frame (one line of script on the frame, Made in the USA), a pre-war hammer, and a post war ejector rod (no knurled ejector rod like the 1905 hand ejector has in the 2nd photo) and post-war grips. A very scarce gun because of this and in this condition probably rare.

    The second gun is a Military and Police model 1905 4th change hand ejector. Also a hard to find gun in this condition. Beautiful Smith & Wesson 5 screw hand ejectors from a time when their revolvers were hand crafted.

    ****Drooling*****

    Thanks! I also have another transition (5"), with box, that has the pre-war large-head ejector rod. 98-99%.
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