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S&w 32-20 saying "32 winchester ctg" on the barrell

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by ADAMLUCAS_1979, Feb 20, 2011.

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  1. ADAMLUCAS_1979

    ADAMLUCAS_1979 Member

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    I have had this revolver for quite some time now. It kis nickel finished w/ walnut grips. There is no model # on the frame when you swing out the cylinder. I have others that have mod. 10 or mod. 10-5. The only #'s are on the bottom side of the butt. 54010 If anyone could enlighten me I would appreciate it. There has to be something about it for the pawn shop to want it the way they did.
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    Adam Lucas
    1-304-855-5599
     
  2. 451 Detonics

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    Without seeing a pic I am guessing you have a 32.20 Hand Ejector Mopdel of 1905, 3rd Change. Made 1909-1915. It is a nicely collectible gun. In good condition these can easily reach $800+ in value.
     
  3. SaxonPig

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    32-20 and 32 Winchester Center Fire (WCF) are one and the same.

    S&W made revolvers in 32-20 until 1941. Model numbers began in 1957. So no 32-20s were made with a model number.

    Like any older S&W it is collectible if in good condition but as far as I know they are not ultra rare or valuable.
     
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