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Old 04-28-2014, 08:27 PM
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I am recently intrigued by these guns. I just last week found one on GB and was the "only" one that even made a bid. I didn't meet the reserve at 1200 and it ended. So, since I can't have one of my own, I'd love to see yours.
I know some of you guys out there have one.
How many were made? Lanyard ring or no? S in the serial number?

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Hi
I guess i will start this off this revolver was shipped july 1946 it has the original box numbered to the gun. Gun is all original 98 % all numbers matching.
Serial number does not have a S. Serial number is 2099xx.
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I've sometimes been scurrilously accused of being "untimely" with response posts! I highly resemble that remark!
BMG60, your '17 amazing as all your guns I've had the pleasure of viewing! About like a time warp!

Submitting here, my Postwar Model 1917 in serial range as BMG50s above. But I'll see his several digit SN 'reveal' and raise to the tens digit. Mine, 20995x. No "S" prefix & lanyard ring (hole). And yes, I know the grips are incorrect. Planning to do something about that... for the last decade or so!
Found my gun up in Washington State in the eighties. No idea at the time anything other than a very clean Model 1917!
Very interesting guns, these. Hope to see more of them, but no breath holding!
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My post war 1917 commercial 210120 with out "S" prefix.
The front sight blade has been altered and the rear of strap has been groved.

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My post war 1917 commercial model Ser. # 210151 without an S and no butt swivel and with modified sights. It is a wonderful shooter.

Stu


and the rear sight installation


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Neatly done sights.
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