With articles appearing in various online publications, he has also contributed blogs for companies such as Granite Transformations and Blue Mile Cloud. They have fixed sights and no underlug or shroud around the ejector rod. If that doesn't work, then you could try to contact a gun shop and see if they can help you. Taking the grips off the 19-4 and the serial number is on the butt plate. By some estimates, fewer than 1000 were ever produced. Some serial numbers are located underneath the frame in front of the trigger guard.
From the info I got, the guy who bought it new put a box of ammo thru it. It is still relatively easy to determine model and vintage at least approximately from serial number and other identifying characteristics such as caliber. I have been pointed towards this video which was on American Rifleman. Older N-frame designs have a six-round capacity but the newer ones hold eight. L-frames can hold six or seven shots depending on the model. The common attributes are an alloy frame with a black finish and adjustable sights. Leave out the last couple of digits if you like, but include x's.
Using the additional top notch touchstones, as a result recognizing this product any posh or perhaps not surprisingly resilient. Directory showing all pages on this website. How did you find the number if you don't still have it? It came in a very nice presentation box, but trying to get a good photo of it that I liked in the box was impossible, so here it is against a white background. The Model 12 was offered for many years as a lightweight version of the model 10, but was discontinued in 1986. Late 1950 — Early 1951 S80,500 — S85,999……….
Usually the line where the sideplate mates up is so fine it looks like a hair or like the gun is cracked. Click to enlarge Model numbers are based on finish, caliber, and whether the gun has fixed or adjustable sights. It is possible I got in contact with the custom shop. Late 1955 — Early 1956 S150,000 — S175,999……Late 1956 — Early 1957 S176,000 — S181,999……Late 1957 — Early 1958 S182,000 — S194,499……Late 1958 — Early 1959 S194,500 — S206. That would put yours around 03-04? Could anyone help me with this? This was essentially an alloy framed version of the 620. Reading the serial number is appealing for gun owners because the letters and numbers can reveal the year of manufacture and the rarity of the weapon.
I have been pretty successful in finding dates for old Smiths. One more choice for your online shopping. These models can begin with the prefix S, N, C, D or K. Shop our vast selection and save! Come for the info, stay and make some friends. Keep in mind that many Smith and Wesson guns produced before 1957 did not have a serial number stamped on them. Some variants of the alloy guns contain Scandium for an even lighter overall weight.
In one known example a gun with serial S136431 was not shipped until June of 1958. The video is slightly less specific about the Victory Model but is interesting. The fixed sights are generally a ramp style front sight with a gutter in the top strap to form the rear sight. I am pretty sure that is the one I called. You know, I noticed that today while I was handling it.
Its pretty rusty but I believe salvagable. Go online regularly during the holiday season and glance at electronic statements for the credit card, debit card, and checking accounts. It shows significant holster and carry wear but is in good shape. Any Info would be greatly appreciated! The company's first offering was a lever-action repeating pistol. These older guns will take a little more effort to find out their history.
Because of everyone who came to check out us to view our products. It does have numbers in both places as in the photo of my 19-3 in the photo above. Usually indicates Scandium alloy frame. The nicknames still remained in many cases, but they could refer to a family or series of revolvers with similar characteristics. Others are on the rear of the frame, above the gun's grip. The big fat wood grips make it easier to shoot. Late 1949 — Early 1950 S75,000 — S80,499……….
The Lady Smith was really nice. Value, well I'm no expert, but if it's in fine shape, don't let it go for less than four-Franklins. Identifying features: This is where to look for the model number not used until around 1957. I'd estimate your gun was produced towards the end of the 1st Models which might put it out-the-door around 1901-02? The serial numbers have no letters, it has a lanyard strap in the grip butt and Trade Mark is on the right side. There is some dispute regarding the dates on some serial numbers and your gun may actually be a year off from what is listed.
On her 19-4, the number labeled 1 in my photo looks a lot like the serial number on the butt plate of my 19-3. Safety, New Departure or Lemon Squeezer Yours is a 1st Model which was manufactured from 1888 - 1902. By the way, some Smiths have a lot of numbers on them. The serial numbers; 19-3 4K99xxx 19-4 39K9xxx Yes, the 19-4 is a blued 6-inch barrel, and is a beauty. Make sure you do not see any fraudulent charges.