This is a Smith and Wesson Model 1902, Hand Ejector, Second Model, 1st Change revolver in 32-20. The barrel length appears to be 4". It was manufactured between 1903 and 1905. The revolver has 32 Winchester Ctg. stamped on the barrel. This designation was used until 1916 when they changed it to 32 WCF. It was later changed again to 32-20. This revolver has been re-nickled at some time in its life, but someone did a nice job on it. It locks up tight and works well in both double and single action. There is visible rifling in the barrel, but there is some pitting in the barrel as well. I am quite sure it can be fired safely. The grips are checkered walnut and are intact, but there is a little wood loss on the left grip, which can be seen in the last photo. I have attached a photo of a page in my Blue Book of Gun Values so you can see the description, serial number range, and the assigned value based on condition. Considering the upper end of values, my starting price is quite low, and there is no reserve. Shipping will be $15 to your FFL person. Because holders of C&R FFLs, such as myself, cannot ship handguns, I will have to have my FFL guy transfer the gun to his store and then mail it to your FFL via USPS Priority Mail. Payment may be made using a money order, certified check, or PayPal if you're willing to add 4% to the total cost, including shipping (that's what they will charge me). Thanks for looking, and if you're bidding, good luck.
This is a Smith and Wesson Model 1902, Hand Ejector, Second Model, 1st Change revolver in 32-20. The barrel length appears to be 4. It was manufactured betwe
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