1884 SMITH & WESSON .32 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER




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Renan Albuquerque: 32 or 38??

RVM451: Friend, most shooters seem to believe that the old S&W Breaktops were good old guns, but the H&R Autoejectors were trash.
Maybe the S&Ws  were made of better steel—I say "Maybe", I have no idea. But if that is the Problem, H&R COULD have upgraded steels.
Seems the H&R's solid frame without the need for a side plate had some advantages.
But can you point to any design points and say, "That is an area of superiority over the H&R"?
{The Iver Johnson rates mention—though every IJ that I ever examined had a trigger pull that felt like a Cap Guns…}
…..RVM45

Robert Arbogast: I just bought one of these tonight for 75.00 do you think that is a fair price? 

John Carnes: Is there a way to buy sw .32 ammunition and not have to find it and (seems to be hard to do) and reload it?  If so what would a gun in less than good condition be worth if shells cannot be found for it my brother died and left me one but no shells now I assume why.

Big Jakk: Does this dude make vids anymore?

luis tapia: tengo uno agual com o este pero es calibre 38 especial me pueden decir de que año es

Jim Marcum: I have one that is in typical condition.  it has some history to it as well.  it belonged to one of my uncles who was a very old man and made moonshine and was a gambler.  the pistol has 5 notches carved into the handle.  I asked my father who gave me the gun about it and he said that his brother in law who owned the gun was a tough character.  a life of making illegal whiskey and gambling on riverboats as they ported in a small town I guess could be dangerous.  Dad told me he knew why two of the notches were on the pistol, or the people it was used on.  If you would like to see the pistol I could show you via facebook.  the pistol is for sale for the right amount.

Texx Mexx: No paperwork? Don't you have to have a C&R license to buy one mail-order? And keep a 'book" of all your C&R purchases? Or is it not considered a "firearm" because it was a made for black-powder cartridges? Thanks for any info you can give me--

eugeniobb: thanks for posting, I have the same model with serial number 237xxx, any idea of what could be the make or shipment year?

John Allex: Do you know were to get parts like a paw cylinder lock??

Columbus Cars and Coffee: Any new videos planned?

Matt Shown: im tryin to restore my grips they have chunks out too howd the epoxy hold up with the rubber grips

edge1000: I got mine for $65

Nomortem: His finger is nowhere near the trigger, and he just explained how there is no way that the hammer could hit the primers. He is completely safe and he knows it.

Nomortem: the different models have very different appearances.

Nassos Kokkinos: how can I find ammo for that gun?

blaw569: Is model 4 engraved on to the gun or not? If not how do you know it's a model 4

DarkShadow 1995671: the gun of the capital wasteland on fallout 3

Nick N: Funny the grip on mine is broken in the same place.... Was this replated?

akdude182: .32 acp will function in guns chambered for .32s&w,but .32acp has significantly higher pressure.on top of the fact that many .32s&w guns are intended for black powder.firing .32acp in a black powder revolver will in short order damage or even destroy the gun.you could probobly get away with firing .32acp in later model revolvers intended for smokeless powder but even that could damage the gun after a while.it would be best to just fire the intended ammunition in them.

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1884 SMITH & WESSON .32 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER 5 out of 5

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