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Revised: 9/18/2015 

Please Note: This item is Antique not Modern, as such it is not subject to being registered via ATF.


SN 32005. Cal. 32-44. 6-1/2″ bbl, nickel finish. Checkered hard rubber grips. Target sights. SN’s match on bbl, cylinder and frame. Revolver is accompanied by a letter from Smith & Wesson historian Roy Jinks confirming caliber and special individual order, delivered to H. K. Stillwell on December 17th, 1903. CONDITION: Very fine to excellent. Bbl retains 95% nickel finish with only slight muzzle wear and a few minor stain marks, slight denting on bbl lug. Address is sharp, cal. marking is sharp. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Front and rear sight retain 90% blue. Cylinder retains 95% nickel with some flaking and high point wear, slight drag mark. Chambers are excellent. Frame retains 95% nickel, with very little loss of finish, slight handling marks overall. Trigger guard retains 50% case color with vivid color in protected areas. Hammer retains 75% vivid case color with scratching on right side. Grips are fine with sharp checkering and a few minor handling marks. Mechanics function perfectly. A very fine S&W #3 Target in a very rare cal. 49548-4 TEP C&R (3,000-5,000) – Lot 1331

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Auction: Firearms - October 2015
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