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Old 05-30-2020, 07:21 AM
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this can't be Chief Special because there is only one screw as you can see in the picture. and the handle grip below is curved.
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Welcome to the forum!

Sorry it took so long for a response, but your post was buried in another thread in the New Members Introduction area.

Youíre correct, itís not a S&W. Itís a spuriously marked, crudely made revolver that obviously infringes on S&Wís trademark and is intended to deceive unknowing buyers.

Theyíre often referred to as a Khyber Pass gun. Iíve read that thereís also a number of black market makers in the Philippines.
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Ahhh ..... the old Smith and Wilson Chef's Special.
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Ahhh ..... the old Smith and Wilson Chef's Special.
Oh, there will be some meat served if you fire that thing, for sure.
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No idea what its original source was, but definitely not S&W.
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i think i saw those being made in a tent in NW Pakistan in the mid 80s. lee
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