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I'm pretty up on Smith and Wessons, but am unaware of a "model of 91" revolver.

Could we have a picture or two? Also the markings stamped on the gun.
 

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Model of '91 aka .38 Single Action 3rd Model
also, sometimes the .22 Single Shot 1st Model.

added: The 3rd Model is normally seen with a trigger guard (held on with pins)
Occasionally found with a spur trigger and if documented as shipped that way it
is called a "Mexican Model" and is worth a premium, however the Spur trigger was also offered
"after market". Not worth as much......
 

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:) Instead of Model 91, should be Model of 1891, Therein, lies the confusion.:), However the barrel is usually marked Model of 91, So Demorriow is correct . Heck, I'm even confused and I've been paying attention:) In the bible it is under 38 Single Action 3rd Model ( Model 1891 ), but the barrel is marked Model 91. got that, don't make me come down and smack your wrist with a ruler.:D
 
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