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??
danysniper22: @robin6512 you can find them, you just gotta know were to look...
canaweb: Welcome back! Great Video! You used 32 S&W 'short' cartridges to get the
brass you needed?
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
87Thehunted: How gives a freak
NolanMGI: I'm working on a Harrington & Richardson .32 for a friend. It looks almost
identical to this S&W. Did S&W buy out Harrington & Richardson?
loptosko1: i have similar one but in 38 cal. i should have so called safety od
half-click position for its hammer to carry the gun with all 5 chamers
loaded. btw i am looking for red mottled grip because main revolver has
them broken. can you advise me where to find such grips? thanks
Jesse Sisolack: Great looking revolver. I personal would keep those grips even if you can
not blend the color perfectly. Good luck with the sale.
hellsfire4: he man i have a question for you my best friend just bought a revolver from
a auction. It look almost the same as this on but is has 38. S&W. Cart(G)
the g is underlined across the top of the round barrel it is double action
but i don't think the hammer is factory. but it has the number 2 stamped on
the frame and cylinder . the auctioneer said it was a 1904 38. if you could
help me any at all of the year and model i would be grateful ill post pics
of it on my channel in a few days
robin6512: @Avatar1154 Always problems with Germany.......... lol
Matt Shown: im tryin to restore my grips they have chunks out too howd the epoxy hold
up with the rubber grips
Columbus Cars and Coffee: Any new videos coming?
henrycems: Nice video Smith & Wesson has always been top notch. I will have a question
on a U.S. Revolver I have but I will let you get caught up on your e mails
first. Hope you had a good time on your trip and sorry about the bad thing
with the bank that sucks big time. Take care and keep up the good work.
robin6512: Very very nice gun. absolute beautie, and if I could i would buy it of you.
But me being in europe...... need I say more?
Nomortem: the different models have very different appearances.
Roguedeath: can u do a video of disassembly and assembly i have one from 1896 that is
completely dissasembled and not sure if im missing a piece or 2 thank you
Meharban Mangat: i also have same handgun with me please tell me about suitable ammunition
for this because sometimes it misfire.
Nassos Kokkinos: how can I find ammo for that gun?
Avatar1154: @robin6512 not my fold:-) stupid german firearms law. btw I have licence
for modern firearms as well, but I can buy and sell antique firearms
freely, whitout stupid papers... If I buy an antique gun in Belgium and
wanna get it to Slovakia, I could be arrested in Germany because they do
not allow transport from one EU country to another... idiots.
rockincurry: You do not have to shoot black powder carts in that gun I have several 32
S&W double actions and ,38 S&W double actions and I shoot remington and
Magtec and winchester smokless powder and it has never caused a problem but
black powder will it will cause lots of rust even with cleaning.
dugiskull: It appears to be re-plated, the trigger guard and latch are supposed to be
vinosd773: oh no, this gun was the swing loader of back in the day. you'll find iver
johnson and many more have guns like this but the smith n wessons were the
best of them
EFG44: Message me with a picture and I'll try and identify it for you. Add as much
detail about it as you can like it's calibre, manufacturing dates, stamps,
any and all will help :)
Avatar1154: @robin6512 Robin, there are stupid restriction about overseas sale of
firearms. it depends on your country. I live in europe, but some of the EU
countries have better law, some of them have worse. visit belgium, or
france, there should be antique firearms in free sale, but germany are out
of topic. Many european countries have limit decem 31 1890, some countries
have limit for caliber... it is pretty complicated for someone in the usa
to know all these law restrictions. where do you live?
Schpankme Verimuch: So you went on a Cruise Ship vacation; while on vacation someone hacked
your Bank Account; you wanted to sale this gun for $500.00; and now you've
not posted a video in 11 months?
MrNicoPela: I just happen to have the same revolver... Best quality ever! Mine is more
than 125 years old, and still works.
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.
Avatar1154: @robin6512 I understood. I have a few old guns, but I must reload ammo for
them... I live in Slovakia, here you can buy and sell firearms made up to
31. december 1890. the same is in czech republic in the next state. I
bought some pieces from Belgium, there is just problem with Germany... Some
things I bought in Germany, however, but there were long, long problem with
export papers...plus fees for autorized translation nad law services...
LizardKillerAdamLanza: what a beautiful gun,I allways remember seeing these in old expedition
jailbrk1974: Nice video! Wish you had one of shooting those bullets you modified! I've
got one of those guns but it's in horrible condition and deff. would never
have the nerve to test fire it.
Adam Becker: I miss this guys videos I wish he'd make more lol
Brock Landerz: I Found One Of These Im Tryin To Fix It
Andrew Kirkbeck: I've Been searching for months to find a video on this model which i come
across and iam attempting to restore it to original condition, could you
please post a video on the assembley of how to re fit the trigger and
firing pin, as i am left with some of it in pieces as the project was
started by my lazy cousin. so im only guessing but the trigger stays in
once clicked and i manually have to put it back out.. Any help PLEASE would
be much appreciated.
robin6512: @danysniper22 gonna do that
robin6512: @Avatar1154 Belgium. I've seen them at Chiney but for prices ......... And
I want to shoot with my guns not look at them. And if you start with
strange old caliber licenses....hmm difficult at least. Where are you from?
bisquik3006: Thank you. I just sat through a couple of my friends videos about their
Glocks. It's nice to see a real handgun.
Ladderadder Mcglitternips: CAPSLOCK freak YEAH
Ike Powell: hey i'd like to see more vids im subscribing i love the flare gun thing it
jnapoli07: I have a very similar gun in my position, I'm not exactly sure what it is.
If there are any experts out there id like to know what it is and how much
jacob nestor: 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?
vinosd773: hey nagantman, i must ask, in these break tops. some guy at a gun shot was
trying to tell me 32ACP fits and fires in this gun. i dont want you to try
shooting it, but will it chamber the round and rooster the hammer? i just want
to know, because if so that would make a great back up gun
blaw569: Is model 4 engraved on to the gun or not? If not how do you know it's a
edge1000: I got mine for $65
RUGER699: $500 no way $100 to $200 thats it
1884 SMITH & WESSON .32 DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER4.7
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