REDUCED; This S&W Model 49 is a .38 Special, shrouded hammer revolver, made in 1965. It is one of the finest of all pocket revolvers since, though the hammer is accessible it can not be caught in a pocket lining during a draw, but can still be thumb cocked. This forty-five year old revolver retains a 94% factory finish. It also has a set of correct factory, Diamond, walnut, checkered Medallion grip panels. The cylinder latch is of the most common, second type with a dished, checkered thumbpiece. The hammer and trigger are both color casehardened and the trigger has a blued, seratted trigger shoe that makes the trigger pull seem much smoother and lighter. The hammer is ribbed. The fixed sights are of the usual steel with a 1/10" ribbed front ramp blade and the usual square notch and groove rear sight. The cylinder does has a visable ring from the bolt. The bore is at 98% and this is a steel frame revolver. Once a carry gun of someone who wanted to put his shots in the 10 ring. Still, it can be used for a carry piece or a collectable.
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Trades Accepted: All trades require an extencive exchangw of photograghs and gaurentees. Thus, they are discouraged. There is a 10% Restocking fee for any returned item.