Remington-Smoot New Model No. 3, .38 RF 
This is an excellent, large-frame Remington of superb quality from about 1878 to 1888. It is chambered for the .38 short rim fire cartridge and has a unique spring-loaded extractor which doubles as a cylinder pin when pushed in the opposite direction. This feature is often damaged, or has parts missing. Not on this specimen, though! The gun looks unfired, with a crisp, shiny bore and cylinder. The nickel plating is 99% complete, with a little "frosting" on the sides of the barrel. The screw heads and pins still show the original fire blue and the black hard rubber grip scales are excellent without wear, cracks or chips missing. By far the best of this model I have ever had. SN#8667, rated excellent overall.


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