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I have a S & W Victory with no Markings

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by straycat1, Jul 23, 2008.

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  1. straycat1

    straycat1 Member

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    I have what appears to be a Smith & Wesson, however it has no markings whatsoever, except the bottom of the butt has a 6 digit serial number...128350, does anybody have any ideas if this is just a knockoff of a S & W?, it doesn't even the s & w circle, I found this and an old bayonette (also pictured) in a storage unit
     

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  2. SaxonPig

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    That is not a genuine S&W revolver. Likely a Spanish copy.
     
  3. Ala Dan

    Ala Dan Member in memoriam

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    Yes, that is a Smith & Wesson knock-off; probably from a Spanish
    manufactuer, as our friend Saxon points out~! :scrutiny: ;)

    Could be Astra, Llama. or one of many other's that were floated around
    the country.
     
  4. Catalina25

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    Still a neat looking gun though
     
  5. straycat1

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    Thanks

    Thanks guys, I'm sure I'll be posting more gun stuff on here in the coming months, we get alot of antique guns in some of the storage unit auctions we go to.

    Ray
     
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