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A FRIEND OF MY GIVE ME AND OLD S&W PISTOL. IT HAS NO CALIBER MARKINGS ON IT. HE THOUGHT IT WAS MADE FOR THE BRIT'S BACK IN THE 20'S. I HAVE NEVER HEARD OF S&W MAKING A PISTOL FOR THE BRITISH ARMY. IT LOOKS LIKE IT HAS BEEN REBLUED. THE ONY MARKINGS ON IT ARE A PAT. DATE OF FEB. 2 1908. IT ALSO HAS CROSSED FLAGS UP ON THE BARRLE. AND TWO SWORDS TOUCHING ENDS. I WAS THINKING IT WAS A S&W 44 BUT IT MILKS OUT TO .435 IF AINYONE HAS ANY IDEALS. I WOULD APPCEATE SOME INFO. THANKS:D
 

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Any way to take a picture and post it?
 

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Hi, hot35rem:
Smith & Wesson made revolvers for the British during both World Wars. The best source of info on the old Smiths is at the Smith & Wesson forum. It's as much a collectors as a shooters hangout. Check in and ask in the "S&W Revolvers 1857 to 1945" forum.
http://www.smith-wessonforum.com/

Bye
Jack
 
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