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#2165 Smith & Wesson No.1-1/2 Second Issue (AKA: New Model 1-1/2), 32RF

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#2165 Smith & Wesson No.1-1/2 Second Issue (AKA: New Model 1-1/2), 32RF with the very scarce 2-1/2” barrel length and having the side address. It seems quite obvious that this little pocket gun was done as a special order or presentation weapon since it was fully gold wash finished and retains 70% coverage of a 40% thinning density of that finish. Standard rosewood grips that are in VG condition and mechanically VG as well. A scarce finish and a very scarce barrel length. About Fine. $445















Price: $445.00


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05/31/2017

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