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Old 09-13-2017, 07:07 PM
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No model number, hand ejector, SN 27753, 44 S&W Special,
6-1/2" barrel, fixed sights and five screws.
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Old 09-13-2017, 07:15 PM
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Welcome! It is a .44 Hand Ejector. Does it have an enclosure for the extractor rod, or just a lockup at the front?
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Just a lockup at the front.
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Made in 1926. Pictures? Here's mine:

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It is a .44 HE second model; both the first and third models had the rod shroud. It is an N or large frame revolver and we really like photos .
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1926 production runs from SN 25000 to SN 28500. I show a couple of SNs not far from yours as shipping in 1927. It is a .44 Hand Ejector Second Model.
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