Smith & Wesson .38 M&P Model 1905
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Item 670084536
Location Saint Johns, FL 32259
Priority Mail$30.00
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This is a Smith & Wesson .38 Military & Police Model 1905 – 4th Change .38 Spl revolver. It is the five screw model on a “K” frame square butt. It has a 6” pinned tapered barrel. I took off the side plate and there was no hammer block and the side plate had not been modified for one. The front sight is a round blade service sight with a notched rear sight. The cylinder yoke has a spring detent on the bottom of the yoke. This revolver has been re-finished by Smith & Wesson. On the left side of the frame, under the grip, is stamped “R-N” in a rectangle and the date “1 74”. Indicates the revolver was re-finished in nickel in January 1974. There is a “star” stamped on the face of the cylinder. It was probably returned to Smith & Wesson prior to 1974 for some type of repair. The use of the “star” stamp declined in late 1950’s and early 1960’s. The overall finish is good. The cylinder and frame are something else. It was pitted in several areas and they (SW) just nickel plated over it; frame, cylinder, and inside yoke. When you look closely you can see the pitting. But overall the nickel finish is good. The grips are Smith & Wesson checkered walnut with Smith & Wesson medallions (not original). The serial number for the revolver appears to place the mfg circa 1916. The serial number is stamped in the correct places: cylinder face, barrel flat, inside of yoke, and under the star extractor. The barrel is marked “38 SW SPECIAL” on the left side and is blank on the right side. Has a 5lb trigger pull on single action and 13-14 lbs on double action. Must ship to FFL. Shipping is $30.00 (USPS, Priority-Insured). I can accept a credit card with no additional fee.
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Smith & Wesson
.38 Miltary & Police Model 1905 - 4th Change
.38 Spl.
Barrel Length
6 inch
Frame Finish
SW checkered Walnut Magna stocks
Mfg Part Number