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This is the model my Grandfather owned. It was later owned by my father. My sister had possession of it after his death. I have no knowledge of it location today. I put unimaginable numbers of rounds downrange with that revolver.
The one pictured is for sale, for $1600. I'm a little short of that right now.
If any of you happen to find/see one for sale, I would appreciate a heads up.
My Uncle, the last living man of that generation said that his father and my father could drive nails with it. The range would have been about 30 yards.
Edit to add, 1905, 4th change, .38 Special, 5 inch barrel, Nickled.
 

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This is the model my Grandfather owned. It was later owned by my father. My sister had possession of it after his death. I have no knowledge of it location today. I put unimaginable numbers of rounds downrange with that revolver.
The one pictured is for sale, for $1600. I'm a little short of that right now.
If any of you happen to find/see one for sale, I would appreciate a heads up.
My Uncle, the last living man of that generation said that his father and my father could drive nails with it. The range would have been about 30 yards.
Edit to add, 1905, 4th change, .38 Special, 5 inch barrel, Nickled.
Trail Creek Trading co . in St.Ann , Mo . , last time I was there he had at least 2 of them
 
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