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I just picked up this little .22 revolver. It is in pretty nice condition, their is some freckling, but no pitting. If it has been fired, it sure wasn't very much. There isn't any rings on the cylinder, or at the frame by the firing pin. The firing pin tip still has it blueing. The bore looks pristine, I'd say it spent its whole life in someone's sock drawer. The ser# is 1837XX. Any back ground, history, estimates would be appreciated. Sorry about blurry pics.



 

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I'm not a Trapper expert altho I have several of them. Yours with the 'saw handle' grips and octagon barrel date it probably in the 1920s. In the '30s and later they changed to a rounded hump back grip and round barrel. In its apparent pristine condition it should sell for $250-300.
 
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