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    Smith & Wesson Model 28-2 Highway Patrolman Double Action Revolver. Serial no. N25106, .357 caliber, 4-inch barrel with ramped front and micrometer adjust rear sight. Blued finish. Case-hardened hammer and trigger. Left side of frame property marked S.F.P.D. Checkered walnut grips with Smith & Wesson medallions.
    Condition: Good. Retaining approximately 85-90% finish with thinning to relief edges, handling wear and noticeable scratching to right side of receiver. Grips showing heavy scuffs, bruising and some minor wood loss. Action crisp. Bright bore.


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    Auction Dates
    December, 2013
    8th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
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