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No such S&W model number.



Call S&W and they will tell you when it left the factory. It could have been made anywhere from a week to a year before.





I have an IJ TARGET Model 1900 my father bought in the mid 1930's (serial # 32084). It's a .22 caliber and it was made in Fitchburg, Mass. That's all I know about it but I'm looking for more info. If you find a good source of historical data please let me know. .22 long or .22 short, not .22 long rifle.


I assume you mean Smith and Wesson. If it is a .22 caliber S&W revolver, yes.


Call S&W and they will tell you when it left the factory.


Rossi M88: That may depend on when it was made. What is the serial number? That may help.


The Smith and Wesson factory. You will have to request a S&W letter for more information


we can't tell from the serial number- company is closed, records gone. These were made by the Iver Johnson Company as a line of "second quality" guns from ABOUT 1910-1930. Rarely in .22 LR, mst often in .32 S&W or .38 S&W (NOT .38 Special- .38 S&W) Caliber should be marked on the gunj, if not, very easy for a gunsmith to determine.



The 5-shot cylinder leads to the assumption of .38 S&W caliber, but that is just an assumption.


Go to proofhouse.com. It is a Peacemaker 22 Model from the early 70's.


A publication entitled Iver-Johnson Arms & Cycle Works Firearms 1871-1993 has a list of most serial #'s with dates of production, published by Gun Show Books Publishing.


You will have to call S&W to find out. Not enough information given. Need detailed description of all markings, features, sights, bbl lenght, action type, etc..



Need a detailed description of all markings, caliber, barrel length to even begin to help


We cannot tell make and model from a serial number- or even verify that is IS a Smith & Wesson. If you repost with ALL markings on the gun, we may be able to give you an actual answer. There were many makes of revolver marked with the CALIBER of 32 S&W that were not MADE by S&W.


Can't tell the caliber from just the serial number.


Call S&W and they will tell you when it left the factory.


The Colt match target .22 with serial number 220044-S was made in 1966.