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I'm helping the widow of my very good hunting Buddy divest herself of a number of firearms he owned. I'm mainly a rifle guy and most if his collection are long guns, but there are a couple S&W DA handguns i'd like some info on if you can help or advise.

One us a small, older .22 long revolver (see pics). It's got some tarnish to it's nickel (?) finish, but appears to function well.

The second is another bright finish that appears to be SS, but could also be nickel as well. It's a medium frame in .38spcl.

Thanks in advance for any info you can pass on.
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The .38 special is either a nickel plated Model 10 or a stainless steel Model 64. If you open the cylinder the model # should be stamped on the frame.
I'm not sure about the .22.

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I think that bottom pistol is actually stamped 32 Long Ctg.

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The .38 special is either a nickel plated Model 10 or a stainless steel Model 64. If you open the cylinder the model # should be stamped on the frame.
I'm not sure about the .22.
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I think that bottom pistol is actually stamped 32 Long Ctg.
In person, I was sure it was stamped .22L. But, as you've said, blown up in that photo is does look like t could be .32L. Thanks!

I do believe you're correct. I just googled S&W .32L and came up with this picture of a M1903 in .32L:
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