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i have a smith and wesson 32 long revolver, s/n 229551, last

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i have a smith and wesson 32 long revolver, s/n 229551, last pat. date on barrel is Sept. 4 09, 3.5" barrel, cylinder rotates ccw
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This should be your gun. Please confirm and I will get you values, etc.:


I believe that will be a match. Here is the information on your gun:

The Smith & Wesson Model .32 Hand Ejector Model of 1903, 5th Change is a six-shot, fluted-cylinder, double-action revolver chambered in .32 S&W Long and with a barrel length of 3-1/4, 4-1/4, or 6 inches. It uses the I frame and has 5 screws. The trigger was improved in this model. The finish can be either blued or nickel plated. Around 160,499 were made from 1910 through 1917.

Based on the serial number provided, your gun was made around 1915.

Retail values:

Excellent: $690-$780
Very Good: $450-$570
Good: $330-$360
Fair: $210-$300
Poor: $180

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