You have a Smith and Wesson model 14 38 special. The 38 refers to the diameter of the barrel. That barrel is 38/100 of an inch in diameter. A 45 automatic has a barrel that is 45/100 of an inch in diameter. A 9mm has a barrel with a 9mm diameter. You can shoot 9mm ammunition from a 38 special. A 22 pistol has a small diameter barrel.
400 or so
175 or so
Age of smith Wesson serial no 5K4166
The Standard Catalog of Smith and Wesson, 3rd edition, by Supica and Nahas.
Depends on exact model, barrel, and condition. Around $200,
ctg = cartridge
The value for a Smith Wesson Springfield Rim-fire 7 Shot 22 cal 3 inch barrel circa 1860 ser 25909 depends on its condition. This gun in excellent condition is valued between 200.00 and 325.00 as of 2014.
100-400 or so
An experienced gunsmith can or you can send it to S&W to have it done.
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100-300 USD or so
50- 450 usd
careful examination of barrel, butt, crane, receiver.
In order to answer your question correctly,please include the model of your Smith and Wesson handgun,along with the barrel length,to the info you have already provided.
Depends on condition, specific model, and caliber. There is no cartridge known as a .32 Special.
i dont know the age but i know the value its worth about 3 thousand if in good condition