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S&w 38 Special Ctg Serial Number Cs6 ->>> http://shorl.com/rihegrobatitra
Since we are assuming it is a model 10, that is where I'll start the serial rangesLitigation Updates & Legal Discussion National 2nd AmendA model 10 WILL ALWAYS have either one or three letters in itChapter Riverside Chapter CGSSA Official Events CGSSA Giveaways CGSSA Shoots, Meets and Range Stories CGSSA Range Cleanups SPECIALTY FORUMS Ladies Forum Calgunners in Service Calguns LEOs FFL's Forum Young Calgunners Jobs Wanted Jobs Offered Discussions of Faith CONCEALED CARRY/LICENSE TO CARRY Concealed Carry Discussion Calguns Concealed Carry County Information Forum Non-California Permits/Licenses Concealed Carry Holsters, Equipment and Accessories Permit/License To Carry Training Classes & Experiences OUTDOORS, HUNTING AND SURVIVAL Survival and Preparations Camping, Hiking and Outdoor Activities Hunting and Fishing Blades, Bows and Tools INTERESTS AND ACTIVITIES Gunsmithing & How To Ammo and Reloading Private Reloading Sales Competition, Action Shooting And TrainingI have taken it to the range and fired a box of rounds through it and its a great shooter! I very much appreciate the input guys!! Reply With Quote 03-03-2013,10:30 AM #8 Wiregrassguy Senior Member Member # 8733 Join Date Jul 2012 Location Ashford, AL Posts 14,197 Liked 28594 times to the forums from the Wiregrass, Whitey! Nice old round butt M&PI also guess it has the narrow notch (rear) and thin front sightsThe actual serial number will be on the butt --- the very bottom of the gun's gripYou may have to remove the lanyard ring to fit the stocks over the butt, but that's an easy jobModel Numbers: If you find the 10-1, or 10-8, or 10-XY, you can narrow it down a bit furtherProudly hosted by GeoVario the Premier 2A host
3.73 gearshighpower View Public Profile Find all posts by highpower Reply With Quote 03-03-2013,07:37 AM #7 Whitey[OP] Junior Member Member # 12143 Join Date Mar 2013 Posts 10 Liked 5 times Thank you Waidmann! The grips do indeed match Aero Precision Ammo Brothers Ammo Supply Warehouse Angeles Armory, Inc-- S&W v1-- .Mobile Style
Yours would tend to lean away from functional appeal (my opinion) Formerly TargetMaven Lefty videos Revolver reloading: de Bethencourt Ayoob (lefty at 4:30) Semi-auto handling: SIG SAUER Academy Gunsite Academy LeftHand-Fu View Public Profile Find all posts by LeftHand-Fu #23 03-30-2016, 8:51 AM highpower Veteran Member Join Date: May 2012 Location: Cold Springs, NV Posts: 2,786 iTrader: 1 / 100% Quote: Originally Posted by LeftHand-Fu The Model 10 was called the ".38 Military & Police" (".38 M&P") until 1957I know it is after 1967 and before 1976, but don't have any better ideaAlso, if you open the cylinder, it will reveal a piece of metal on the left (probably where you got the 4 digit number) Under, or above that, there might be a number along with your 10These are model changes, meaning some feature or aspect of the gun changed a bitIf it starts with a "C" and has only numbers following the C, then it is pre 1968Whitey likes thisIt'll digest any pressure of .38 Special that you might find so don't fret over ammo purchasesThe grips if they serial match the gun (look on the inside) would indicate a period correct early 1920's gun c173c0c542
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Since we are assuming it is a model 10, that is where I'll start the serial rangesLitigation Updates & Legal Discussion National 2nd AmendA model 10 WILL ALWAYS have either one or three letters in itChapter Riverside Chapter CGSSA Official Events CGSSA Giveaways CGSSA Shoots, Meets and Range Stories CGSSA Range Cleanups SPECIALTY FORUMS Ladies Forum Calgunners in Service Calguns LEOs FFL's Forum Young Calgunners Jobs Wanted Jobs Offered Discussions of Faith CONCEALED CARRY/LICENSE TO CARRY Concealed Carry Discussion Calguns Concealed Carry County Information Forum Non-California Permits/Licenses Concealed Carry Holsters, Equipment and Accessories Permit/License To Carry Training Classes & Experiences OUTDOORS, HUNTING AND SURVIVAL Survival and Preparations Camping, Hiking and Outdoor Activities Hunting and Fishing Blades, Bows and Tools INTERESTS AND ACTIVITIES Gunsmithing & How To Ammo and Reloading Private Reloading Sales Competition, Action Shooting And TrainingI have taken it to the range and fired a box of rounds through it and its a great shooter! I very much appreciate the input guys!! Reply With Quote 03-03-2013,10:30 AM #8 Wiregrassguy Senior Member Member # 8733 Join Date Jul 2012 Location Ashford, AL Posts 14,197 Liked 28594 times to the forums from the Wiregrass, Whitey! Nice old round butt M&PI also guess it has the narrow notch (rear) and thin front sightsThe actual serial number will be on the butt --- the very bottom of the gun's gripYou may have to remove the lanyard ring to fit the stocks over the butt, but that's an easy jobModel Numbers: If you find the 10-1, or 10-8, or 10-XY, you can narrow it down a bit furtherProudly hosted by GeoVario the Premier 2A host

3.73 gearshighpower View Public Profile Find all posts by highpower Reply With Quote 03-03-2013,07:37 AM #7 Whitey[OP] Junior Member Member # 12143 Join Date Mar 2013 Posts 10 Liked 5 times Thank you Waidmann! The grips do indeed match Aero Precision Ammo Brothers Ammo Supply Warehouse Angeles Armory, Inc-- S&W v1-- .Mobile Style

Yours would tend to lean away from functional appeal (my opinion) Formerly TargetMaven Lefty videos Revolver reloading: de Bethencourt Ayoob (lefty at 4:30) Semi-auto handling: SIG SAUER Academy Gunsite Academy LeftHand-Fu View Public Profile Find all posts by LeftHand-Fu #23 03-30-2016, 8:51 AM highpower Veteran Member Join Date: May 2012 Location: Cold Springs, NV Posts: 2,786 iTrader: 1 / 100% Quote: Originally Posted by LeftHand-Fu The Model 10 was called the ".38 Military & Police" (".38 M&P") until 1957I know it is after 1967 and before 1976, but don't have any better ideaAlso, if you open the cylinder, it will reveal a piece of metal on the left (probably where you got the 4 digit number) Under, or above that, there might be a number along with your 10These are model changes, meaning some feature or aspect of the gun changed a bitIf it starts with a "C" and has only numbers following the C, then it is pre 1968Whitey likes thisIt'll digest any pressure of .38 Special that you might find so don't fret over ammo purchasesThe grips if they serial match the gun (look on the inside) would indicate a period correct early 1920's gun c173c0c542
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