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Old April 7, 2010, 01:55 PM   #11
BigJimP
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+1 on Jim March's recommendation - on how to check the gun ...

If you don't feel qualified to do that ...take it to a good independent gunsmith and find out what they will charge to clean it up and evaluate it for you.

The photo is a little blurry ...but it looks like its been thru some pretty tough days ...so I would not fire it until I was certain it was in sound condition. For what its worth - it looks to me like its a model 36 S&W as well .
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