Your Colt Lawman revolver was made in the year 1972.
It was produced in 1971,
That model was produced in 1922.
Without a detailed description, someone would have to research every serial number of every model of revolver Colt ever made.
your colt lawman mkIII was made in 1978.
The Colt police positive .38 with sn 8707 was produced in 1906.The second year of production.
If it is a Colt new police .32,it was produced around 1902
No way to answer without the serial number. If you call S&W with the sn, they can help you.
Not enough information provided. Need description of the revolver, including any and all markings on barrel and receiver, type of action and model if available.
Colt official police with serial # 904734 was produced around 1965
Call S&W and they will tell you when it left the factory.
what kind of revolver?? by the way, its serial number
Serial number shows it is a single action revolver made someime after 1978.
depends on the model revolver. single action just in front of trigger guard............ modern revolver bottom of butt............
Colt model 1903 hammerless .32 was produced in 1913.
For the .22 rifle, 1901 & for the .32,.38.& .44 rifle it would be 1891.If you have a colt lightning revolver,it was produced in 1886.
Sometime between 1972-1978.
A Colt single action army (Pre-War) with the serial # 305068 would have been produced around 1908.
I also own one (different model #), and my best estimate is that it was produced in the mid- to late-1970's.
what is my 32 revolver woth
The Model 586 was produced c. 1980-1999. There were a number of variations. It would help to know the barrel length and the posting of a picture.
if your pistol is of the model 1911 with serial number 189558 then it was made in 1917 by colt. If it is the revolver then the serial number is to high for the 1917 revolver.
Look on the butt of the revolver
Generally, yes, if you submit the make, model & serial number of the revolver.
Impossible to answer because you did provide any information about the revolver or the serial number.
By asking the factory to check their records on that serial number revolver. It may cost for the research.