Smith & Wesson Victory Model 10 Revolver | Australian Rebuild 1954
You are considering a vintage Smith & Wesson Victory Model 10 Revolver that was rebuilt by Australia in 1954. These revolvers were made after World War II for Britain and then shipped off to Australia, they feature a parkerized gray finish with a 5-inch barrel and smooth walnut grips. It can hold six rounds of 38 S&W (Not 38 Special). The gun is in mint condition with no damage to speak of — no deep cuts, gouges, cracks, or rust. The barrel’s bore is bright and shiny with strong rifling and no fouling or pitting, it also comes with its original front blade sight. The wood grips are in perfect condition with no damage. The revolver serial number is V 378293 and it was made sometime between 1942 and 1943 with a final inspection from “Guy H Drewry”. Included is a period-correct webly holster and cleaning rod.
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