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    Smith & Wesson Model of 1950 Target Double Action Revolver.
    Serial no. S98480 [barrel and butt], .45 caliber (hand ejector), 6 1/2-inch barrel with fixed front sight and micrometer adjust rear sight. Blued finish. Case-hardened hammer and trigger. Checkered walnut grip panels with S&W medallions.

    Condition: Very good. Retaining approximately 96-98% finish, with minor thinning to muzzle and relief edges. Tracking line to cylinder. Scattered light scratches and fine patches of pitting. Light dings to grips. Action crisp. Bright bore.


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    December, 2017
    10th Sunday
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