Hello, I have recently come across an old S&W revolver chambered in .38 Special. From reading through some of the posts on here, I have tried to identify the pertinent features of the gun to aid in identification. It has .38" SPECIAL I.I50"
BNP, 4 TONS PER sq", with what appears to be a small X with an L to the left of i and a small 2 below it. Ser. # is 857XXX. It also has the BNP markingsunderneath the frame, just in front of the trigger guard, as well as between each depression on the side of the cylinder. It has an aftermarket Pachmayr grip extension. The serial # under the grip matches that on the barrel. Any info you could offer would be appreciated. I have attached a couple of images...I hope I did this correctly, this is my first post.