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I was wondering about what an old S&W Triple Lock (44 HE first model) is worth. The one I'm looking at is a 4 digit serial number 9xxx. It is in better condition than the gun pictured, but has a 4" barrel insted of 6 1/2". I'd say the gun is in 95% condition, then only marring being a slight bit of blueing wear on the barrel (from being kept in a leather holster for 100 years), and the scratch line around this cylinder from the locking bolt.

http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewIt ... =117962223

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Try here:

www.smith-wessonforum.com/eve/forums

Check the revolver section and give as much info as you can.

Triple locks were made for only a few years, and are pretty specialized collecter's revolvers, and don't come up for sale often. The N-Frame DA .45 I have made in about 1936 is a grandson of that triple lock, and it's a real work of art.

I could not begin to estimate a value for that gun, but I am sure you can get what you need at the S&W forum.

Good luck.

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