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  1. Technical Questions & Information
    So I got a Model 10-6 Revolver a few months ago and tried to look up it's history by using it's serial number on the Smith and Wesson website with no luck. Can anyone help me? Its serial number is D64997
  2. The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    Hello to everyone, I am new on this forum and made an account to hopefully have one of you answer some questions and maybe give me a history lesson on this firearm that I have recently come to own. I found some stuff about it online but you can't always believe what you read on the internet...
  3. Technical Questions & Information
    all, I have in my possession a Radom VIS35 with the following marks, no pics right now because I am at work. slide: R0440 and an eagle with a 77 under it, then next to the pat. number what looks like an eagle with a swastika clutched in its feet. frame: F0096 , and eagle with 77, no...
  4. The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    So I’m trying to figure exactly what my great uncle has here. So I’ve done a little bit of research very quickly and within a couple minutes I was able to find very basic info. I get it’s a British bulldog style, possibly a webley and Scott??? The main thing that keeps throwing me off is the...
  5. General Military Arms & History Forum
    I always take on the daunting task of trying to ID my military rifle's many markings. Just got this Czech VZ24. I believe it was ordered by Romania originally. Any help on additional markings would be greatly appreciated, I would love to get some history on this one! 1. "E" - pistol grip 2...
  6. General Military Arms & History Forum
    I was fiddling around on YouTube recently and came across interviews with a guy named Roger Craig. He had been a member of the Dallas County Sheriff's office on the day of President Kennedy's assassination and was on the sixth floor when a rifle was found. He had said throughout the 60's and...
  7. The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    Please help me with the identification of old weapons. My grandfather got it and we want to know what's going on and what it has value. character: ELG (Figure 3) length: 28 cm 1) 2) 3) sign on the barrel of the weapon
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