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Old January 8, 2013, 10:57 AM   #5
Winchester_73
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Well since no one else has said, "32 S&W" is a caliber designation which applies to hundreds of different cheap low quality DA revolvers from the early 20th century. While it could easily be a S&W (will have barrel address on top behind front sight) odds are that it is not, because so many knock offs were made. Either way, it will be a family heirloom, and pursuing this legally is important.

Another consideration is possible antique status of the gun. We would need pictures, and a serial number (usually on butt of revolver or sometimes on the left grip frame, under the grip). You would have to check NJs laws for antique guns.
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