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Old 03-21-2013, 03:55 PM
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Default Ladysmith find.....

A gun club member approached me to discuss his grandmothers old S&W...
He told me he wanted to sell it. I asked about condition, and he told me it was a beater, but tiny.....
I had a tingle, but didn't get my hopes up too high......

A 2nd Model Lady....condition actually acceptable...
She won't win a beauty contest like the 3rd model target I found this year, but not too bad!



Here is the beauty I found earlier....all of a sudden I have TWO!




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I just recently acquired my first I frame guns, a Pre-30 and a .22/32 Kit Gun from 1952. I am in awe of the workmanship in these. It rivals any .44 HE I have. Nice find, Lee H.
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WOW!!! Nice bits of history you suddenly happened upon!!! Great job, nice finds and great photography.
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Very nice... both of them!
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All I can say is Wow!
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There was a pretty nice blue one at last weekend's B'Ham gun show but at $1500 I had to leave it there.
Someone needs to post some pics with one of these next to a N frame to show just how small they are. Hint hint.
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those are both beautiful!
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I'm sure I can see your grin in the reflection in those photos!
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There was a pretty nice blue one at last weekend's B'Ham gun show but at $1500 I had to leave it there.
Someone needs to post some pics with one of these next to a N frame to show just how small they are. Hint hint.

Can do.





The Incredible Shrinking 1917!!! (also in nickel!)





THE AMAZING COLOSSAL LADYSMITH!!!

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X frame and 2 1/2" M frame
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Top to bottom K, I, and two M frames. Rick

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