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Has anybody ever heard of a smith T-4 revolver? It's a K frame 2 inch square butt 18 .38 special with a blues finish. It has no markings except a serial no, and the T-4 stamping the frame where the model is usually stamped. Looking for any info.

Btw, it has magna grips with the diamond.
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A model 18, or a 15? I have a 2" model 15 square butt, but it isn't stamped T-4. One of my favorites wheel guns.
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Looks like a model 10 or close.
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Here is a good post for information we need for an ID:

To IDENTIFY your Gun >

Alternatively, just posting the serial number would really help. S & W revolvers made before about 1957 would have no model number, however if it is an original 2" barrel K frame .38 Special with those stocks it is a postwar .38 Military & Police. The SN would tell us exactly how old it is.
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T4? Maybe assembly numbers?

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T4? Maybe assembly numbers?

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Correct, inspector or fitter stamps. Too short to be an assembly number, I think.
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Love a good K frame mystery. Hope the OP wanders back by and posts some more clues.
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assembly number on a pre-1957 (model #s assigned) gun


FWIW reference to a "Three- T" guns have; 1.target hammer,2.trigger and.3. adjustable sights... 3-Ts
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assembly number on a pre-1957 (model #s assigned) gun


FWIW reference to a "Three- T" guns have; 1.target hammer,2.trigger and.3. adjustable sights... 3-Ts
Nope - 3 Tís are target hammer, trigger and stocks.
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Nope - 3 T’s are target hammer, trigger and stocks.
"My Bad"... I stand corrected more coffee needed
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It got bought before I could grab it
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Could be the RARE Terminator model.......
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Yes, taking those parts of the OP’s description that do make sense at face value, namely K-frame 2”, .38 Spl, square butt, blued, diamond magnas, no model number in the yoke cut, it can only be a post-war M&P.

The only thing is that a fitters mark T-4 in the yoke cut doesn’t appear sufficient. Shouldn’t there be a real four- or five-digit assembly number?

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I found a Model 7 in a pawn shop a couple years ago.
http://smith-wessonforum.com/attachm...9&d=1515813560

A sharp eyed forum member turned me on to it. 4", 4-screw, 44 Magnum with Cokes. '7' was stamped in the yoke cut out.
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