This Smith & Wesson was one of the earliest to be produced in 1917. The pistol’s serial number is 110. The pistol is chambered to shoot the 45 A.C.P. cartridge in half moon clips. It will also shoot the latter 45 auto rim cartridge. The bore and chambers are in new condition. This pistol is in near new condition throughout. All of the metal parts are correctly serial numbered to the frame. The only draw back is that the grips are a latter style for this model. These grips fit just fine. This pistol shows very little sign of ever being fired if even being fired. The hammer and trigger have strong color cased finish. The color cased finish would rate a 98% condition. The original bluing would rate a 99% condition. The crane has the hold open plunger intact. This is one very stunning Smith & Wesson! Having serial number 110 is a collectors dream to find in this early of a serial number. Having this pistol in this fine of condition is a real plus!
Curio&Relic W.T. Consn. (11) F. No. 696 -23
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