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Can anyone identify these?

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by SigShooter, Jan 13, 2013.

  1. SigShooter

    SigShooter Beaverton Member

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    I am trying to figure out what guns these are. Anyone know?


    1) This is a 5 shot revolver and is a S&W. Can't find any markings on the barrel to indicate the caliber or model.
    S&W.jpg

    2) Have no idea on manufacturer or anything else.
    Unkown.jpg
    Unknown2.jpg
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    Thank you!

    S&W.jpg

    Unknown2.jpg

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  2. nextgenar

    nextgenar roseburg Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    Your rifle appears to be a civil war era 5th model burnside carbine.
    Beautiful rifle, looks like it's in great shape.
    Shawn
     
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  3. Greenbug

    Greenbug Bend Well-Known Member

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    #1 Smith & Wesson is a .32 Double action 4th or 5th model depending on wether or not the front sight is pinned onto the barrel (4th model) or if it is integral with the barrel (5th model). Info from the S&W standard catalog of firearms 3rd edition.
     
  4. SigShooter

    SigShooter Beaverton Member

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    Thank you guys.

    Any idea of the values? Trying to help a widow out with her late husband's guns.
     
  5. Greenbug

    Greenbug Bend Well-Known Member

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    Hard to tell without better pictures or hands on evaluation. Most of those revolvers fall into the $400 - $600 range though...