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Looking at the serial number that is stamped, could any of the numbers be original and someone added a few numbers? For instance could the first three numbers (378) be original? And the two numeral 2s appear different…any ideas on that?
What would be the incentive for someone to add to an original SN or put a SN on a gun that isn’t realistic?
There is no possible way to ever know for sure what happened to the original serial number… people do all kinds of strange & odd things to guns for unknown reasons. The fact that it has a Nickel Steel barrel indicates that it is a pre-1933 production gun.
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