Where can I Find my 38 Special serial number?
If you would like to learn more about the history of your gun (it was the broad-shouldered predecessor to the .357 Magnum), go to 38-44heavyduty.com. The fellow who runs that site (Bill) would like to get your serial number for his database.
How to identify A.38 special CTG?
38 Special CTG is a six-shooter. Measure the barrel and make sure it is six inches. Cross reference the serial number with Smith & Wesson’s customer service (see Resources). Submit the serial number to the S&W service via email to confirm the firearm is indeed the .38 Special CTG.
What are the serial numbers on a Colt Colt?
Started in 1912, the M1911 Commercial and its A1 variant got normal serial numbers with a simple prefix and suffix. But by the mid-1970’s, the serial numbers stopped continuing from the numbers of the previous ones. Instead, everything else has a 70 as the first two digits.
How big is the barrel on A.38 special?
Smith & Wesson makes .38 Special revolvers. The .38 Special CTG revolver is a six-shooter with a 6-inch barrel.
When was the S & W 38 Special CTG made?
S&W started manufacturing the .38 M&P in 1899 and continues to sell them as the Model 10. They have sold about 7 million of them, so they aren’t rare but occasionally a unique one pops up.
When did the s and W 38 Model 10 come out?
S&W started manufacturing the .38 M&P in 1899 and continues to sell them as the Model 10. They have sold about 7 million of them, so they aren’t rare but occasionally a unique one pops up. So, posting some pictures would help us help you get more information.
Where is serial number on 32 transitional targets?
And the 32 Transitional Targets from 1957). The number on the butt may be drilled thru by the factory for installation of a lanyard swivel but is re-stamped on the grip frame, under the left stock. Factory installed swivels are always 1/10” forward of center.