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    Identification of .38 Smith n Wesson revolver

    Salaam
    Brothers need to know exact model of this revolver and price. Which type of ammunition it will take. Regards.
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    Looks like a S&W “Victory “ model made during WW2.
    Model number may be stamped on yoke.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrrick View Post
    Looks like a S&W “Victory “ model made during WW2.
    Model number may be stamped on yoke.
    Thank you brother
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    https://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/20...tory-revolver/
    Gun Review: 1942 Smith & Wesson Victory Revolver

    SPECIFICATIONS:Caliber: .38 special
    Barrel Length: 4”
    Overall Length: 8.875”
    Weight: 34 oz
    Action: DA/SA
    Finish: Parkerized
    Capacity: 6
    Price: Varies depending on condition
    RATINGS (out of five)Style * * * * *
    She’s got class and style that would make most modern revolvers green with envy.
    Ergonomics * * *
    Balance is damn near perfect, but the sights in double action leave a lot to be desired and it needs some girth in the front strap.
    Reliability * * * *
    Short of shooting +P through her, you’d be hard pressed to get a malfunction.
    Customizable *
    Only thing you can really change is the grips and remove the lanyard ring.
    Overall Rating * * * *
    Elegant, simple and accurate. It’s sure to be a reliable workhorse for many years to come.

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    With due respect I differ that it is .38 Special caliber

    The caliber is 0.38 S&W


    Quote Originally Posted by alabidshah View Post
    https://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/20...tory-revolver/
    Gun Review: 1942 Smith & Wesson Victory Revolver

    SPECIFICATIONS:Caliber: .38 special
    Barrel Length: 4”
    Overall Length: 8.875”
    Weight: 34 oz
    Action: DA/SA
    Finish: Parkerized
    Capacity: 6
    Price: Varies depending on condition
    RATINGS (out of five)Style * * * * *
    She’s got class and style that would make most modern revolvers green with envy.
    Ergonomics * * *
    Balance is damn near perfect, but the sights in double action leave a lot to be desired and it needs some girth in the front strap.
    Reliability * * * *
    Short of shooting +P through her, you’d be hard pressed to get a malfunction.
    Customizable *
    Only thing you can really change is the grips and remove the lanyard ring.
    Overall Rating * * * *
    Elegant, simple and accurate. It’s sure to be a reliable workhorse for many years to come.
    In stressful situations we do not rise to the occasion, we fall to our level of training.

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    Smith and Wesson .38 Victory model. Ammo is big problem. I got about 50 bullets with great effort. Old gun with problems like endshake and alignment issues in most of them.

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