70 Smith & Wesson N Frame Model 1917 .45 ACP Cylinder Assembly Non-Recessed
Serial# 121803 (S24 Proof Mark?) 4" Barrel Length & Longer
Used Part Old Style
Late issue from April 1918 to the end of military war time production are found with the Eagle's head and an "S" number. The letter/numbers S1, S2, S3, S4, S6, S9, S24, S27, S34 have been observed on various examples of Model 1917's. These numbers indicate various assistant inspectors.
How to determine the model number of your Smith & Wesson Revolver. Swing out the cylinder , check behind the yoke on the frame for a MODEL NUMBER.
Model numbers began in 1957-58. So if there is no model number then your revolver may be older than 1957-58. In this case we can possibly still find the part you need with the serial # . If this is the case contact us and we will need a little more info on your revolver.
A revolver is a repeating handgun that has a revolving cylinder containing multiple chambers and at least one barrel for firing.
The term “hand ejector” came to denote all revolvers in which the action opened by swinging to the left side of the frame. Empties were ejected by pushing
The Smith & Wesson hand ejector double/single action revolver has been around long enough for the design to seem somewhat timeless!
Features: Smith & Wesson factory part
Gunsmiths Required: Disassembly and Assembly required to replace part
Some parts may require installation and fitting by a qualified gun smith Factory replacement parts are manufactured to the exact same specifications and tolerances and use the same manufacturing materials as the original parts