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Greetings all. New guy here that loves S&W revolvers. I have been lurking in the shadows here for years. Time for me to join in.
I picked up this .44 Special recently. I believe it is a Model of 1950. Serial # S 148XXX. I think it is original finish. I can't find any evidence of it being fired. The serial # is stamped on one grip. I was going to sell my 4" 624 & shoot this but having second thoughts. Did I get lucky?








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Welcome from SE Michigan. Did you get lucky. Yes indeed you got lucky!
A very scarce revolver to find, especially in that condition.
That's a pre model 21.
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Welcome to the Forum. Grand entrance for sure!
Thanks for sharing.
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Very nice pick up . Keep your M 624 as one cannot have too many .44 spls
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Welcome to the forum. Great photos of a very nice gun. We look forward to you sharing often.
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Welcome to the forums from the Wiregrass! May I borrow your time machine?
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Absolutely beautiful! And a 5" too! Well done Sir!
SCSW puts the date at 1955-56.

I have a 4" 1950. Wonderful shooters. Yer gonna love it!

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Stunning! And welcome from another member of the 1950 Military club.
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Welcome to the Forum, and yes I'd say very lucky. That gun is beautiful, only some 1200 made of the pre-21s if I remember correctly. Here is a four inch SN S142674 which went to John Jovino's shop in NYC in 1955. Unfortunately this one was refinished outside the factory, have often wondered if it was nickeled by Jovino's shop.

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Wow, beautiful gun there!!!
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I think it is original finish.
That gun is righteous.

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I can't find any evidence of it being fired.
I would fix that.


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Yes you did! That's a revolver any of us would be proud to own.
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The only improvement would be THE box and all the fixins......

Welcome to the family of fellow addicts, itís an awfully slick slope to the bottom, better grab ahold of something. Iím fairly certain none of us want cured, we just keep chasing the never ending
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What else did it come with?
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It's got a turn line so go have fun!
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That's a beautiful gun. Congratulations!

Welcome to the Smith & Wesson Forum from Central Florida!
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Welcome from Pennsylvania!
Beautiful piece you have there.
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Welcome to the forum, and that's a grand entrance!

By the way, wherever you live, would you please mail me a lottery ticket...I think your luck is better than mine!!
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Great looking revolver! And welcome to the forum.

I have a Model 1950 Army (45 ACP) and enjoy it. I am sure you will enjoy the 44 Special. And keep the Model 624.

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Congrats!
Beautiful piece. I would have had to purchase myself had I seen it !
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Welcome, from Central Texas!

I'd say you got lucky, too. I love that satin blue finish.
Beautiful, and in a great caliber.
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Welcome! Yeah, you done good! Enjoy!
Mine's a little older, serial S142499, shipped 3/7/55, with serial number matching box. Not sure about the tools and Helpful Hints document but assume everything is original.
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Lucky is an understatement. Wow! I think that’s the nicest one I’ve seen posted here, or at least in a very long time. That gun is only a shooter if its owner cares nothing about the preservation of historical firearms in excellent + / new condition. Just my opinion, though.
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A little turn line, a couple marks on the recoil shield. It's a fantastic find but I'd see no reason not to shoot it a little. I'd certainly treat it with respect and wouldn't "shoot the snot out of it" as the saying here goes. Use it as it was intended.
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WOW!
Where did you "pick up" a gun like that? If I may ask.
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Thank you all for the welcome.
I got it at an auction. I was not sure it was original as I was unable to have it in hand till buying it. There was a Target model in the box that looked nice too but it went more than I was willing to go. I am debating whether or not I shoot it. If I don't, I might as well sell it. I don't have any unfired firearms. Such a dilemma!
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Your acquisition of that is interesting because the 1950 44 Targets, pre 24s, are much more common than your pre 21. You made the right choice.
I wouldn't think of selling it too quickly as you'll always come up with more money for other guns but once you let it go, it's gone for good.
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I got it at an auction. I was not sure it was original as I was unable to have it in hand till buying it. There was a Target model in the box that looked nice too but it went more than I was willing to go. I am debating whether or not I shoot it. If I don't, I might as well sell it. I don't have any unfired firearms. Such a dilemma!

No reason to start any bad habits now , like owning and not shooting or selling . If that lived at my house it would be parked in a flower carved Lawrence rig waiting to hit the woods with me every day after work and everyday all day after I retire . If you are a shooter act like one and shoot your good luck and let the collectors worry about collecting . I shoot all of mine and there has never been one made that's too good or too rare for me to enjoy . That is what they are made for .

PS: Congratulations , thst is one sweet piece of plunder .
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Welcome again to the forum! You have made a great entrance with a wonderful 1st post. Maybe I can help you out with my thinking as to the shooting or not shooting of guns. My philosphy is that you absolutely have to experience each of the guns you buy. A function check at the range is a must at least once on rare or very high condition gun. Then if you can buy a duplicate or similar gun in a condition that is not so high for regular sessions or carry. Heck it would not hurt to take pristine examples out once a year to carefully shoot and enjoy then if you can buy more examples that are in shooter grade condition. After a few years you should have enough shooters that the very rare or high condition guns can stay at home for cleanings and fondling only.I myself am to the point where I have either shooter grade duplicates or I just take my S&W's from the 70's and early 80's to shoot mostly. Just my way of thinking on subject, do as you will and enjoy.
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I got lucky on mine. It had been to King's Gun works and had been shot....I shoot it too

1950 Military 44HE - With the King's Reflector Target sight conversion. MMM 44 goodness

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Welcome and congratulations on a great find.

Shoot it Brother. It's begging you to.
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Ok, here's mine: S142xxx shipped to Padgits's Hardware, Dallas in April of 1955.

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Mine shows a good bit of honest wear, so no guilt at all shooting it!

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