Hi there everyone, I just got an old revolver, 38cal break-away 6 shot. I can't find any manufacturers name on it but I'll put the markings on it.
**Top of the Barrel: "CAL-38", with some letters/other markings that I can't read yet - except what looks like "45", "S"-or "US", "/ - or X followed with a "P" Note: Read the note at the bottom.
**On the cylinder looking on the right side it says "S.P.T. 54"
**I took off the grips, on the top right side it has a "Crown" with an upper caseE which is turned 90deg. to its left with "37" under the "E"
** Stamped on the bottom of the right side [grips off] says "A-M-I"
**On the inside of the left grip it has "F&G" stamped on the grip.
Notes: On the top of the Barrel, the "45" is upside down to the "Cal-38" & the rest would be like looking from the rear of the barrel to the front: U or US, / or X then the "P"..
Oh yeah, I believe the following is the S/N: 1394
There is so much stamped on this pistol but nothing I can even find online...
Anyone who might have an idea of how I can clean this up enough so all the markings can be easier to read &/or take pictures of would help me out. Thanks, Dan