Custom 38 SP

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  1. Black Cat

    Black Cat New Member

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    High I am a new member and this is my first post. Hope I am the correct location for my question. If not Please direct me.

    I just purchased a custom built 38 SP and have been trying to obtain some history on it. I have searched the internet, sent a letter to Maryland Gun Works. Ask Midway USA because the sell products manufactured by Maryland Gun Works.

    The gun was built by Louis Ciamillo, Pistol Smith. Maryland Gun Works LTd. I believe in the mid 60's for Bullseye Compition. It is Stainless built on a Smith & Wesson Mod 64-3 K stainless version of Model 10 frame. It has an overall length of 11 3/4 and barrel length of 6". It is equiped with a Aristocrat Model TS-6 Tri-Set Sight Rib. and Pachmayr Grips. It is double action only and is the slikest I have ever experienced.
  2. Hammerslagger

    Hammerslagger New Member

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    Sounds like like a PPC revolver. Lots of customizers built and still build such revolvers. Today PPC is a dying game, as more persons are shooting IPSC, IDPA, Cowboy, etc.
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  3. Black Cat

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    I believe you are right. I am trying to find more information of its history. Is Louis Ciamillo still living? If so how can I get in touch? Want to know what year built and cost.

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