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Answered 2007-05-11 23:44:33

it sounds like you have a DA revolver with a hand ejector that is the cylinder rolls out to the left. The value is round 400.00. The barrel I assume is 6 inches.


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I am looking for the value of a Smith and Wesson 38 revolver, dated 1889, bone handle with heart shape on bottom of barrel

In order to bet a value for your Smith and Wesson handgun,I will need to know if your Smith and Wesson is a break open(top break)revolver,or a regular revolver,with a swing out cylinder.If you have a break open model then you have a either a 32 double action made from 1883-1909,or a 32 safety hammerless made from 1902-1909.If you have a regular swing out cylinder revolver it is a 32 Hand Ejector 5th change that was made from 1910-1917.Please identify which model and then we can establish a value for your Smith and Wesson.

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The word tang means the metal prong holding a weapon to the handle.

Yes. But the handle might get in the way a bit

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With a stainless steel wrench, 3 pints of lighter fluid, and a Honda Insight.

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If you can ID the Model we might be able to tell you something about it. I have a .32 cal Smith & Wesson Revolver - 6 shot with the serial number 41374 stamped on the bottom of the handle. It was found, of all places, in a storage unit I used to rent. It seems pretty old...very nice patina. I know nothing of the history for it though. the owners of the storage facility couldn't tell me anything. So it sits in my collection.

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