Smith & Wesson Forum

Go Back   Smith & Wesson Forum > >

Notices

S&W Hand Ejectors: 1896 to 1961 All 5-Screw & Vintage 4-Screw SWING-OUT Cylinder REVOLVERS, and the 35 Autos and 32 Autos


Reply
 
Thread Tools Display Modes
  #51  
Old 04-29-2020, 05:00 PM
DWalt's Avatar
DWalt DWalt is online now
Member
Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives  
Join Date: Dec 2009
Location: South Texas
Posts: 26,512
Likes: 23
Liked 18,635 Times in 9,801 Posts
Default

As I said in #6 above, there is no question that at least the frame was made in 1940 and the gun may have shipped after the war. What happened after that is a matter of conjecture and speculation. A letter will settle the matter of when it was shipped, but if it was indeed shipped after the war, it won't answer the question of whether the pre-war assembled gun sat in inventory during the war and was shipped after the war or if the frame and other components were assembled and shipped after the war. Either way, it doesn't really matter - it's still an uncommon pre-war snubby.

Last edited by DWalt; 04-29-2020 at 05:05 PM.
Reply With Quote
The Following User Likes This Post:
  #52  
Old 04-29-2020, 05:55 PM
Buick Buick is offline
SWCA Member
Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives  
Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Beautiful Eastern NC
Posts: 233
Likes: 59
Liked 596 Times in 130 Posts
Default

I am filling out the letter paper work on this gun and a baby chief now. Also the SWCA application. Thanks everyone for all the great information.
Reply With Quote
The Following 4 Users Like Post:
  #53  
Old 04-29-2020, 10:01 PM
Toyman's Avatar
Toyman Toyman is online now
SWCA Member
Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives  
Join Date: Sep 2006
Location: Henderson,Nevada
Posts: 1,922
Likes: 596
Liked 5,687 Times in 836 Posts
Default

I owned a 2 inch round butt with hard rubber grips. First letter of serial number showed a 5 inch 38/200. Talked to David Carroll and he advised adding a S to serial number and it came back as post was shipped 2 inch round butt with hard rubber grips.
If you can see it there is a small S near where barrel meets frame.

__________________
SWCA 1932 SWHF 135

Last edited by Toyman; 04-30-2020 at 06:01 PM.
Reply With Quote
The Following 3 Users Like Post:
  #54  
Old 04-29-2020, 11:10 PM
Waveski's Avatar
Waveski Waveski is offline
Member
Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives  
Join Date: Feb 2016
Location: Midwest
Posts: 1,324
Likes: 745
Liked 1,487 Times in 638 Posts
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by Bob L View Post
It is most likely just the picture but why does the "Smith & Wesson" not look centered on the barrel?
That's just the way some of them are.
Attached Thumbnails
Old K Frame Snub Arrives-img_0972-2-jpg  
Reply With Quote
The Following 2 Users Like Post:
  #55  
Old 04-30-2020, 01:40 AM
mikepriwer mikepriwer is offline
SWCA Member
Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives  
Join Date: Dec 2005
Location: Portland, OR
Posts: 4,963
Likes: 207
Liked 4,005 Times in 874 Posts
Default

Lloyd17

635818 is one of the pre-WW2 serial numbers, that clearly shipped post-WW2. The side plate is definitely pre-WW2, and the serial number stamped on the butt is of the font size used pre-WW2. Very early in the V series, that font size was increased.

Mike Priwer
Reply With Quote
The Following 3 Users Like Post:
  #56  
Old 04-30-2020, 09:31 AM
KSDeputy's Avatar
KSDeputy KSDeputy is offline
Member
Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives  
Join Date: Mar 2014
Posts: 1,396
Likes: 418
Liked 1,443 Times in 631 Posts
Default

What an amazing revolver, you really made a good buy. According to earlier statements it was made the year I was born, 1946. Don't let it's value slip away.
Reply With Quote
  #57  
Old 04-30-2020, 11:26 AM
mikepriwer mikepriwer is offline
SWCA Member
Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives  
Join Date: Dec 2005
Location: Portland, OR
Posts: 4,963
Likes: 207
Liked 4,005 Times in 874 Posts
Default

Quote:
If it was indeed shipped after the war, it won't answer the question of whether the pre-war assembled gun sat in inventory during the war and was shipped after the war or if the frame and other components were assembled and shipped after the war.
DWalt

One of the clues about when it was shipped is the "s" stamped on the grip frame, as we can see on #22 in one of the pictures. A "s" had no meaning, and was not used, pre-WW2 on these guns. Its real meaning is the new hammer block, which hadn't been invented pre-WW2. It's not always present on these late shipped guns, and when present, is not always meaningful ; often the gun still has the original side plate. My money is still on an August 1946 shipping date, like 694101 and 694105.

Regarding your comment as shown above, this has always been the unanswered question. What is noticeable , when comparing pre-WW2 shipped guns vs post-WW2 guns side by side, is the difference in bluing. Post-WW2 bluing is not as deep as pre-WW2 bluing. Caleb Brown noticed this when I showed him 694101, 105, and 106 all together and in the same light; 694106 was shipped in 1940, while the other two were 1946 guns. This suggested that 101 and 105 were finished post-WW2.

Regards, Mike Priwer

Last edited by mikepriwer; 04-30-2020 at 11:30 AM.
Reply With Quote
The Following 4 Users Like Post:
  #58  
Old 04-30-2020, 12:34 PM
Buick Buick is offline
SWCA Member
Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives  
Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Beautiful Eastern NC
Posts: 233
Likes: 59
Liked 596 Times in 130 Posts
Default Is this the pic

With the "S" stamp? On the right? I'll have to take a second look. It appeared to be a "3" to me, but its not very clearly marked. I'll check it again when i get home. I did try to remove the side plate, but two of the screws resisted my initial efforts. I will try again.
Attached Thumbnails
Old K Frame Snub Arrives-20200428_205837-jpg  
Reply With Quote
The Following User Likes This Post:
  #59  
Old 04-30-2020, 12:51 PM
handejector's Avatar
handejector handejector is offline
Administrator
Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives  
Join Date: Mar 2005
Posts: 20,944
Likes: 2,465
Liked 30,972 Times in 5,858 Posts
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by DWalt View Post
As I said in #6 above, there is no question that at least the frame was made in 1940 and the gun may have shipped after the war. What happened after that is a matter of conjecture and speculation. A letter will settle the matter of when it was shipped, but if it was indeed shipped after the war, it won't answer the question of whether the pre-war assembled gun sat in inventory during the war and was shipped after the war or if the frame and other components were assembled and shipped after the war. Either way, it doesn't really matter - it's still an uncommon pre-war snubby.

I don't believe any popular guns, and probably not even any turkeys sat in inventory during the War.
I've see numerous letters to S&W from dealers, distributors, and individuals inquiring about ordering guns during the War, particularly early in the War- 40-41.
We also know that the Brits had agents buying almost anything during the BoB, and some real turkeys got cleaned out of the vaults of several manufacturers. That is why some of the very few Colt SAAs built in 357 Mag turn up with Brit proofs.

So, why would S&W let very saleable guns sit in inventory? The Gov't did not say they could not sell inventory, just that they could not build new guns for civilian sales.
If the Gov't had seen 38 M&Ps sitting in inventory during the War, they would have bought them.
__________________
Regards,
Lee Jarrett
Reply With Quote
The Following 5 Users Like Post:
  #60  
Old 04-30-2020, 12:54 PM
Club Gun Fan's Avatar
Club Gun Fan Club Gun Fan is online now
SWCA Member
Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives  
Join Date: Jun 2008
Location: Massachusetts
Posts: 4,690
Likes: 2,308
Liked 7,320 Times in 2,013 Posts
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by Buick View Post
Took this street urchin in to give a good home. S/N 6940XX. Grips match. Can anyone help with a date of manufacture?
Impossible to tell when it was manufactured. You can only tell when it was shipped. Without a complete serial number, all people can do is guess. That can be off but as much as 5 or 6 years.
__________________
Don Mundell S&WCA LM614
Reply With Quote
The Following User Likes This Post:
  #61  
Old 04-30-2020, 01:21 PM
mikepriwer mikepriwer is offline
SWCA Member
Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives  
Join Date: Dec 2005
Location: Portland, OR
Posts: 4,963
Likes: 207
Liked 4,005 Times in 874 Posts
Default Full serial number

Don

The full serial number is visible in post #22, where the serial number is visible on the underside of the barrel, and the rear face of the cylinder. It looks like 694053.

Regards, Mike
Reply With Quote
  #62  
Old 04-30-2020, 01:36 PM
Buick Buick is offline
SWCA Member
Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives  
Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Beautiful Eastern NC
Posts: 233
Likes: 59
Liked 596 Times in 130 Posts
Default

It is 694053. In the initial post i just left off the last two digits out of habit, not knowing they might be crucial.
Reply With Quote
The Following User Likes This Post:
  #63  
Old 04-30-2020, 02:20 PM
DWalt's Avatar
DWalt DWalt is online now
Member
Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives  
Join Date: Dec 2009
Location: South Texas
Posts: 26,512
Likes: 23
Liked 18,635 Times in 9,801 Posts
Default

I agree that the finish appears more like the post-WWII satin finish, not the bright blue of pre-war S&Ws. Therefore, it becomes more likely that it was assembled and finished after the war. I don't see an "s" stamp on the grip frame. It looks more like a "3".
Reply With Quote
  #64  
Old 04-30-2020, 05:33 PM
mikepriwer mikepriwer is offline
SWCA Member
Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives  
Join Date: Dec 2005
Location: Portland, OR
Posts: 4,963
Likes: 207
Liked 4,005 Times in 874 Posts
Default

I think it is a 3, but can't be sure. There is a bunch of these 2" guns with relatively close serial numbers, that are late shipped. My view about the shipping date has not changed.

Regards, Mike
Reply With Quote
  #65  
Old 05-01-2020, 08:27 AM
Buick Buick is offline
SWCA Member
Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives  
Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Beautiful Eastern NC
Posts: 233
Likes: 59
Liked 596 Times in 130 Posts
Default

I sent off for a letter on this one and also an application for membership in the S&WCA. Im going to make a guess that this revolver was one of the 10 that went to the Seattle distributor. It does have the more matte blueing and serialization font of the post war guns, from what i am seeing in this thread.
Reply With Quote
The Following User Likes This Post:
  #66  
Old 05-01-2020, 11:11 AM
mikepriwer mikepriwer is offline
SWCA Member
Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives  
Join Date: Dec 2005
Location: Portland, OR
Posts: 4,963
Likes: 207
Liked 4,005 Times in 874 Posts
Default

Buick

694053, without a V prefix on the serial number, can not be post-WW2; its too early for the S prefix, and therefore it has to be pre-WW2.

Here is a picture comparing the butt serial numbers from 694101 and (S)833957. 694101 is pre-WW2, and (S) 833957 is post-WW2. On this latter gun, the S is not stamped on the butt, but rather on the grip frame. The factory letter, and other pictues I have, confirm this.



You can see the differences in the font styles of the two guns, as well as the height of the dies.

Regards, Mike Priwer
Reply With Quote
The Following 3 Users Like Post:
  #67  
Old 05-01-2020, 12:11 PM
Buick Buick is offline
SWCA Member
Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives  
Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Beautiful Eastern NC
Posts: 233
Likes: 59
Liked 596 Times in 130 Posts
Default

Ah i see then that my font much more closely resembles the pre war style you picture here. Thank you
Reply With Quote
  #68  
Old 05-01-2020, 12:18 PM
Buick Buick is offline
SWCA Member
Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives  
Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Beautiful Eastern NC
Posts: 233
Likes: 59
Liked 596 Times in 130 Posts
Default

It seems likely that these round butt frames were shelved as Victory Model production took over for the duration, and were completed post war to meet pent up demand for factory snubs.
Reply With Quote
  #69  
Old 05-01-2020, 02:12 PM
mikepriwer mikepriwer is offline
SWCA Member
Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives  
Join Date: Dec 2005
Location: Portland, OR
Posts: 4,963
Likes: 207
Liked 4,005 Times in 874 Posts
Default

Buick

Generally that's correct. The caveat is - how much of the gun had been assembled before it was shelved, for the duration of WW2? As Lee Jarrett pointed out, its doubtful that fully finished guns would have been shelved; there was too much demand for the guns, and they would have been sold to some entity for the war effort.

The assembly process for a gun started with fitting together a frame, side-plate, and rough grips. Upon completion of this first phase of assembly, a serial number was assigned, and stamped on the frame, side-plate, and marked in pencil inside the right grip. At some point, the pencil marking was replaced with a stamping of the serial number. The assigned serial number was contemporary - as of the date of assembly.

If the assembly process for a gun was suspended at that point, then presumably all that would have been stored, at that point, is the frame, side-plate, and the grips. Its worth pointing out that there is a noticeable difference in the blued finish between the guns shipped pre-WW2, and the ones shipped post-WW2. The bluing was the second-to-last phase of the process; the last was a final hard fitting after bluing and heat-treating of certain parts. The bluing process was suspended during WW2, and so its not surprising that there would be a difference between the prewar and postwar finishes.

By knowing the serial number, the historian knows what shipping records book to use, and thereby knows the time frame of the assignment of that serial number, which was the time frame for the first phase of the assembly process. The entry in the shipping records book, for that serial number, will contain the date and destination of the gun when it was shipped.

Its important to understand the overall process, when thinking about what might have happened 75 -80 years ago!

Regards, Mike Priwer

Last edited by mikepriwer; 05-01-2020 at 02:16 PM.
Reply With Quote
The Following 2 Users Like Post:
  #70  
Old 05-01-2020, 02:28 PM
JP@AK's Avatar
JP@AK JP@AK is online now
US Veteran
Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives  
Join Date: Mar 2011
Location: Palmer, Alaska
Posts: 10,894
Likes: 3,558
Liked 11,086 Times in 4,334 Posts
Default

Buick

As usual, Mike's information is dead on. You can, and should, rely on it!
__________________
Jack
SWCA #2475, SWHF #318
Reply With Quote
  #71  
Old 05-02-2020, 05:45 PM
Buick Buick is offline
SWCA Member
Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives  
Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Beautiful Eastern NC
Posts: 233
Likes: 59
Liked 596 Times in 130 Posts
Default

It looks as if the cylinder and barrel have the new font stamping, while the grip frame has the older smaller style.
Reply With Quote
  #72  
Old 05-04-2020, 07:14 PM
mikepriwer mikepriwer is offline
SWCA Member
Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives  
Join Date: Dec 2005
Location: Portland, OR
Posts: 4,963
Likes: 207
Liked 4,005 Times in 874 Posts
Default

The grip frame, or butt, definitely has the pre-WW2, or older, style and size. I wasn't paying attention to the stamping on the barrel or cylinder.

Regards, Mike Priwer
Reply With Quote
  #73  
Old 05-06-2020, 08:48 AM
Old Corp's Avatar
Old Corp Old Corp is offline
Member
Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives  
Join Date: Feb 2009
Location: Coastal NC
Posts: 2,535
Likes: 1,714
Liked 3,695 Times in 1,297 Posts
Default

Really interesting post and thread.....
To help my comparatively small knowledge base - when did the hard rubber grips disappear from production?
Are they of the material known as Bakelite? Is it the same material Colt also used?

Similar grips are so often seen cracked or broken - I wonder if it's because the material becomes brittle with age, or does it start out that way?
__________________
Ret'd LEO
SWCA #2275
Reply With Quote
  #74  
Old 05-06-2020, 09:07 AM
SixgunStrumpet's Avatar
SixgunStrumpet SixgunStrumpet is offline
SWCA Member
Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives  
Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: Flathead Valley, Montana
Posts: 2,056
Likes: 1,415
Liked 8,633 Times in 1,231 Posts
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by Old Corp View Post
Really interesting post and thread.....
To help my comparatively small knowledge base - when did the hard rubber grips disappear from production?
Are they of the material known as Bakelite? Is it the same material Colt also used?

Similar grips are so often seen cracked or broken - I wonder if it's because the material becomes brittle with age, or does it start out that way?
Bakelite is a different material, and much later. The early S&W stocks as I understand it were made of actual Hard Rubber. Which as far as I know is exactly what it sounds like. The heavy vulcanization of India rubber from the latex of different trees.

Hard rubber for grips goes way back into the 1800s, whereas Bakelite wasn't invented into 1907.

As to the brittleness: they absolutely do become more fragile with age, and exposure. It is after all a natural material that does break down over time.

As to production, I don't know for certain on that, but I can't think of any proper production post-war gun that they made them for. I'd wager (and more knowledgeable folks can confirm/correct me on this), that the end of their production was WW2.
Reply With Quote
The Following User Likes This Post:
  #75  
Old 05-06-2020, 09:25 AM
Borderboss Borderboss is offline
Member
Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives  
Join Date: Aug 2018
Location: Chicagoland
Posts: 585
Likes: 333
Liked 931 Times in 329 Posts
Default

I don't know the scientific details about the makeup of hard rubber, but I've noticed differences in discoloring between hard rubber used in making revolver grips and hard rubber that was used in making fountain pens in the late-1890s through the 1920s.

In the photo below, you'll see two Parker fountain pens from the 19-teens. Both are made of black hard rubber. The top one is pretty much the same color it came out of the factory with. The bottom one is completely discolored, likely from the sun, although this same thing happens when these pens get wet. The typical color transforms to an olive green shade.

I've never seen that kind of color change happen with hard rubber revolver grips.

Does anyone with more knowledge than I (not a high bar) have any thoughts on this?
Attached Thumbnails
Old K Frame Snub Arrives-parker-pens-black-discolored-jpg  
__________________
John
Reply With Quote
The Following User Likes This Post:
  #76  
Old 05-06-2020, 09:34 AM
SixgunStrumpet's Avatar
SixgunStrumpet SixgunStrumpet is offline
SWCA Member
Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives  
Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: Flathead Valley, Montana
Posts: 2,056
Likes: 1,415
Liked 8,633 Times in 1,231 Posts
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by Borderboss View Post
I don't know the scientific details about the makeup of hard rubber, but I've noticed differences in discoloring between hard rubber used in making revolver grips and hard rubber that was used in making fountain pens in the late-1890s through the 1920s.

In the photo below, you'll see two Parker fountain pens from the 19-teens. Both are made of black hard rubber. The top one is pretty much the same color it came out of the factory with. The bottom one is completely discolored, likely from the sun, although this same thing happens when these pens get wet. The typical color transforms to an olive green shade.

I've never seen that kind of color change happen with hard rubber revolver grips.

Does anyone with more knowledge than I (not a high bar) have any thoughts on this?
I've absolutely seen hard rubber grips that color. Usually you will see one panel looking perfect (like the top pen) and the other panel the color of the bottom pen. I have always assumed it was because the gun was sitting somewhere in the sun.
Reply With Quote
The Following 2 Users Like Post:
  #77  
Old 05-06-2020, 10:06 AM
Borderboss Borderboss is offline
Member
Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives  
Join Date: Aug 2018
Location: Chicagoland
Posts: 585
Likes: 333
Liked 931 Times in 329 Posts
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by SixgunStrumpet View Post
I've absolutely seen hard rubber grips that color. Usually you will see one panel looking perfect (like the top pen) and the other panel the color of the bottom pen. I have always assumed it was because the gun was sitting somewhere in the sun.
That's interesting to know. Thanks for that.

In the case you described, I agree that the gun was likely laying flat in the sun for a long period of time. If both sides are discolored, then it's likely because they got wet.

Another hard rubber phenomenon that probably wouldn't affect many guns except for high end guns. Hard rubber "out-gasses" and tarnishes silver that it's close to. So a gun that's silver plated and has hard rubber grips would likely see tarnishing of the finish.

Sorry for the thread drift.
__________________
John
Reply With Quote
The Following User Likes This Post:
  #78  
Old 06-26-2020, 08:28 PM
Buick Buick is offline
SWCA Member
Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives Old K Frame Snub Arrives  
Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Beautiful Eastern NC
Posts: 233
Likes: 59
Liked 596 Times in 130 Posts
Default

I received the factory letter (Thanks Roy!) and this gun shipped Sept 22nd, 1946, to Zork Hardware Co. El Paso, Texas.
Attached Thumbnails
Old K Frame Snub Arrives-20200626_201416-jpg  
Reply With Quote
Reply

Thread Tools
Display Modes

Posting Rules
Forum Jump

Similar Threads
Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post
DOB, K Frame Snub? Old cop S&W Revolvers: 1961 to 1980 5 06-28-2015 09:21 PM
27 arrives beagleye S&W Hand Ejectors: 1896 to 1961 23 02-01-2013 10:24 PM
S&W M&P10 .308 arrives! scottr Smith & Wesson M&P10 Rifles 28 01-19-2013 02:02 AM
WTB .38 J frame snub ploz357 WANTED to Buy 3 09-21-2009 08:01 PM
Big Dog Arrives skeeterbait Smith & Wesson Semi-Auto Pistols 14 09-06-2009 12:46 PM

Powered by vBadvanced CMPS v3.2.3
smith-wessonforum.com tested by Norton Internet Security smith-wessonforum.com tested by McAfee Internet Security

All times are GMT -4. The time now is 01:46 PM.


Search Engine Optimisation provided by DragonByte SEO v2.0.42 (Pro) - vBulletin Mods & Addons Copyright © 2020 DragonByte Technologies Ltd.
Smith-WessonForum.com is not affiliated with Smith & Wesson Holding Corporation (NASDAQ Global Select: SWHC)