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.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.
.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.
.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.
.357 Mag. cal., 2 1/2 (disc. 1994), 3 (a.k.a Combat Python, disc., very scarce), 4, 6, or 8 in. barrel with vent. rib, Royal blue, polished nickel, or Electroless Nickel (known as Royal Coltguard) satin nickel finish, fully shrouded ejector rod, adj. rear sight, checkered walnut grips (standard prior to 1991, and fitted on some SKUs much later), rubber Hogue monogrips (2 1/2 or 4 in. barrel), or rubber target (6 or 8 in. barrel) grips, 38-48 oz. A few late production guns included both a wood and rubber grip set. Mfg. 1955-1996.
.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.