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Old 08-26-2017, 07:25 PM
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This one is from 1902.
See the pics below.

How uncommon is the 6" version of the .38DA?

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I like the long barreled top-breaks and have a couple 38 DA 6" guns. Using the SWCA database, 10% of the entries are 38s with 6" barrels, while over half of all made were 3.25" barrels, with 18% 4" and 13% 5".

The SCSW book makes only a note of a slight premium for 6" barrels in the 2nd Model and no mention made in the other models. 8' and 10" barrels are the rare options for this model.
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Cool ! Nice ! Wasn't going to add more but my message was too short to post I guess that's a record for me never had too few characters before.
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I like the long barreled top-breaks and have a couple 38 DA 6" guns. Using the SWCA database, 10% of the entries are 38s with 6" barrels, while over half of all made were 3.25" barrels, with 18% 4" and 13% 5".

The SCSW book makes only a note of a slight premium for 6" barrels in the 2nd Model and no mention made in the other models. 8' and 10" barrels are the rare options for this model.
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