The .44 Hand Ejector FIrst Model
This model is known by collectors as the ".44 Triple Lock" or "The New Century". The Triple Lock nickname came from a separate locking device located on the extractor rod shroud that is used in addition to the usual two locks. There were approximately 15,375 manufactured between 1908 and 1915
Exc V.G. Good Fair Poor
900 700 500 350 200
Requires professional appraisal
100-500 USD or so
Requires hands on appraisal
Anywhere from $300 to $550.
50-350 USD or so
100-400 or so
What is the value of my 1955 smith & wesson 45 target master revolver?
100-1000 USD or so
Without more of a description; 10-500 USD
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What is the value of a model 24 Smith & Wesson revolver with a 4" barel? It has never been fired.
Anywhere from $350 to $800 dollars depending on the year it was made and the condition it is in.
Impossible to accurately value with just the sn; range of 50-500 USD
The value of ANY fiream is based on exact make, model, condition and originality. First, be sure that your revolver IS a Smith & Wesson, and not just in CALIBER 32 S&W. If it is a true Smith & Wesson revolver, values can range from about $75-$200, or more for rare specimens in excellent condition.
Less than 100 to over 1000 depending on specifics.
100-460 or so
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