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Up for sale is a S&W Lemon Squeezer !

Gun appears to be quite tight---release is very tight.

Serial  number is 78451.

Asking $275  plus shipping

 

  Thanks for looking !

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Interesting. What caliber?

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I haven't found any markings on the gun .

But a .38 spl case fits the cylinder so I'm assuming ( !!) it's a .38S&W.

 

Thanks for looking.

 

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According to my books this was made between 1890 and 1898 and most likely being from the mid-1890s.

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WOW !    That's great news.

I was wondering about the date but hadn't put in the time to research it .

 'preciate the  411 !!

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It's a .38 S&W. I wouldn't shoot .38spl, even if it fits, in it unless loaded very light. The typical .38spl bullet might be a little loose in the bore but these were made 100 years ago.

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1 hour ago, cowrustler said:

It's a .38 S&W. I wouldn't shoot .38spl, even if it fits, in it unless loaded very light. The typical .38spl bullet might be a little loose in the bore but these were made 100 years ago.

From what I have seen on the reloading forums .38 spl can split. I bought .38 S&W brass for mine.

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I use 38SW brass. I do use my 38Sp 105 grain bullets. They may rattle a bit going down the barrel but at PP distances Work fine. I use APP. 

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I agree with Hoss. For what they were intended for precision accuracy was not needed , cowrustler

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 I merely tried the case in the cylinder to determine the caliber.

I haven't shot this gun but i would definitely use 38 S&W.

Just saying...............

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BTT with a new price

 

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BTT_____ make me an offer !

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I will take it. Let me know how you want to do things

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