NEW ENGLAND FIREARMS REVOLVERS: DOUBLE ACTION STANDARD REVOLVER .22 (MODEL R92)
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STANDARD REVOLVER .22 (MODEL R92)
.22 S, L, and LR cal., 9 shot, swing out cylinder, 2 1/2 (disc. 1997), 3 (new 1998) or 4 in. barrel, blue or nickel finish, hardwood stocks, fixed rear sight, 25-28 oz. Mfg. 1988-99. There is pricing information available for purchase for this model. This data is available in the following options:

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Standard Revolver .32 H&R Mag. (Model R73)

.32 H&R Mag. cal. similar to Standard Revolver .22, except has 5 shot cylinder, 2 1/2 (disc.), 3, or 4 in. barrel, choice of blue or nickel finish (not available with 4 in. barrel), 23-26 oz. Mfg. 1988-99.

ULTRA MAG (MODEL R22)

.22 WMR cal., 6 shot, 4 (disc. 1997) or 6 in. solid rib barrel, adj. rear sight, swing-out cylinder, blue finish, 36 oz. Mfg. 1988-99.

ULTRA MODEL

.22 S, L, and LR cal., 9 shot, swing-out cylinder, 4 or 6 in. solid rib target-grade barrel with rebated muzzle and fully adj. rear sight, blue finish, smooth hardwood grips, 36 oz. Disc. 1999.

NEW POLICE

.32 Colt and .32 Colt New Police cal., 2 1/2, 4, and 6 in. barrels, fixed sights, same frame as New Pocket, except larger square butt gripstraps, rubber grips, last patent date on barrel was Nov. 6, 1888. Mfg. 1896-1907.

ARMY SPECIAL MODEL

.32-20 WCF, .38 (various), or .41 Colt cal., 4, 4 1/2, 5, and 6 in. barrels, hard rubber grips standard through 1923 - checkered wood with medallions beginning about 1924, blue finish, fixed sights, rounded checkered cylinder release thumb catch, smooth trigger, has heavier frame than New Navy, approx. ser. no. range 291,000-540,000, last patent date on barrel was July 4, 1905. Mfg. 1908-27.

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