Here's a great little original pocket pistol. This original Smith and Wesson revolver is in great shape with most of its original finish remaining, These Smith and Wesson Pistols were the first in the world to feature modern "bored through" cylinders that accepted modern ammunition. This particular revolver is chambered in the popular .22 short.
This revolver remains in good condition with traces of its original silver plating on the frame, and a large percentage of its original bluing having turned "plum" while the protected areas are still vibrant blue.
The cylinder locks up nicely and the hammer locks back nicely on full cock (these S&W "tip-ups" didn't have a half cock.). The chambers are in great shape with minimal pitting.
The lock up between the barrel and the receiver is tight with minimal side-to-side play. The bore is good with some scattered pits.
The original rosewood grips are in excellent condition. This revolver is in great shape and would make for an excellent addition to anyone's vest pocket.