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Following her uncle's passing my wife and I took ownership of an H&R The American Double Action six-shot .32 revolver (five digit serial number: 47XXX), which had originally been her grandfather's. It is stamped on the left side of the octagonal barrel with:

H&R Arms Company
Worcester, Mass, U.S.A.

And on the panel directly below that:

32 S&W CTGE.

It appears to be in working order, but the finish is degraded to the point where I'm only guessing it is nickel. I'm interested in:

• the approximate year of its manufacture
• if it can accept modern ammunition
• any recommendations that can be made in terms of replacing the gun's grips (both sides of which have partial sections broken off).

I appreciate your consideration and look forward to your response. Thank you.


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