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Smith & Wesson cal 32 (Brasil)

Discussion in 'Firearms Research' started by Junior px, Mar 24, 2011.

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  1. Junior px

    Junior px Member

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    Good morning, forgive me for possible spelling errors, because the English do not dominate, I live in Brazil and recently bought a Smith & Wesson gun which I am true fan.
    Want to know more about it if possible, has some inscriptions on it are as follows: Above the barrel "Smith & Wesson Springfield MA ** USA (where it is unreadable asterisk)
    Patented Feb. 8:08 Sept.14.09 Dec.29.14.
    Bottom of stock No. 430529, the bottom of the barrel No. 430529. Inside the frame, behind the drum 3832 has the No. 3 in two places. On the right side of the gun "Made in USA". On the right in the barrel "32 Long CTG.
    I managed to express myself well. And if anyone knows please tell me year of manufacture and other information MT will be welcome.
    Thanks!
    Note:. Do not know if I'm posting in the right place, so if not for this I apologize. I do not know if mail can pass, but I would let my friend know if some thing about it!
    Mail: hfpaixaojunior@gmail.com
     
  2. Jim K

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    You have the S&W .32 Hand Ejector Third Model. About 271,531 were made from 1917 to 1942, serial numbers c. 263000-534532. They are a nice little revolver and will fire modern .32 S&W and .32 S&W Long ammunition. Do not fire .32 ACP; its pressure is too high. Yours would probably date to the 1930's.

    When S&W went to model numbers around 1957, the .32 Hand Ejector became the Model 30.

    Jim
     
  3. Junior px

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    It is a weapon very well preserved for over 30 years saved without penalty shoot I still do not know send pictures for you guys, but if you can send email. Thanks for the help, I have just come to ask for the documents to register it, so it is ready for I intend to save more and spend many years for my son when he is fit. But of course before I will be happy to shoot with it!
     
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