WTS OR WWII S&W Victory 38 special

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    Does it say 38 s&w special on the barrel? or just 38 s&w?
     
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    It says 38 s&w special. This is an original 38 special not a converted one
     
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    Just FYI the military issue Victory Models were almost all parkerized -- if yours has a polished blued finish it was either a very early gun, or more likely has been refinished sometime in the last 60 years (which would account for the faint logo stamping). Also, the Military issue guns had plain wood stocks, so yours most likely got swapped out for the much nicer set of civilian "Diamond" grips in the pics.

    More here: http://smith-wessonforum.com/s-w-ha...87974-pre-victory-victory-model-timeline.html
     
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