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I have a Smith & Wesson .38 Special stamped US NAVY, serial number on all the parts the same V122243 and 3 notches on the handle

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  • jhjimbo
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    Early 1942 works. You should get answers from the forum. I think Smith also has an I.D. service at the Corp. office - for a fee they would document the gun. When it was shipped and to who, that type of info.

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  • ronhickmanjr
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    also I wish to correct the date to early 1942.

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  • ronhickmanjr
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    Jimbo,

    just one more thing, the revolver was handed down to my father in 1969 by my grandfather and now I have it.

    check the Smith-Wessonforum I posted photos there.

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  • jhjimbo
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    I would take it to a gunsmith/collector to examine. It does not add up to the description in the Blue Book. A picture would not help me.

    FYI The only way to post a picture is on the main web page and that is for all to see, plus, it goes into your personal photo file.

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  • ronhickmanjr
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    Jimbo,

    the grip alone dates this firearm to pre 1942, I am trying to post photos for you to see, but I cannot see how. this web site is horrible.

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  • jhjimbo
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    The only one i see with a V serial number is the Victory model 1942-1945. 240,000 mfg. But, the list does not match your description. These were 2 or 4" barrel and had no U.S.markings. Sold through the Defense Supply Commission. The book cautions to be aware of fake markings. The value of the one in the listing at 100% condition is $700.

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  • I have a Smith & Wesson .38 Special stamped US NAVY, serial number on all the parts the same V122243 and 3 notches on the handle

    I have a Smith & Wesson .38 Special stamped US NAVY, serial number on all the parts the same V122243 and 3 notches on the handle. what is it worth?

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