April 19th, 2010, 05:27 PM
38 S&W CTG Revolver
I need help identifying a .38 Smith & Wesson Revolver and its manufacturing date, snd its current value.
-Top of barrel: Smith & Wesson Springfield Mass U.S.A
Patented Feb.6.06, Sep.14.09, Dec.29.14
-Rt. side barrel: 38 S.&W.CTG.
-Rt. side frame: Made in USA, S&W Trademark emblem
-Lt. side barrel: Smith & Wesson
-Cylinder Part #: 322852
-Sights: S&W (original)
-Serial Number: 869437 (bottom part of butt)
Thanks in advance!
April 19th, 2010, 10:39 PM
Got an idea: 1905 Hand Ejector (or Military & Police), 4th Model.
Help us out: Length of barrel? Adjustable sights (I think that's what you implied)?
Be aware that for $50 you can get a complete history of your revolver (manufacture date, original shipping info and any factory repairs) by sending the below for to S&W and their historian, Roy Jinks.
It is traditional to leave off the last 3 digits of your serial number in a post (obviously, include the whole number to Mr. Jinks). You may wish to edit your original post. Welcome!
Last edited by Loosedhorse; April 20th, 2010 at 09:40 AM.