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Here is Ron Gabel's answer to question number 7232

Question:

Can you identify/estimate value of revolver - 5 shot, short (2"barrel)- nickle, front sight only, single action. Cylinder is loaded fromRside, no gate, hand eject. Marked on top of frame VICTOR 32S&W CTGE. Base of butt has engraved 73758. Black grips.

Answer:

The Victor, Victor No. 2 and Victor No. 3 caliber 32 rimfire, 5-shot round barreled revolvers with 2 1/2 to 2 3/8 inch barrels had a flat sided frame and birdhead grips. The arm was manufactured by Harrington & Richardson. Depending on condition retail value could be $125.

Submitted By: Jeff Prozzo On: 12/25/2004 2:38:45 PM

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