This Smith & Wesson revolver is also known as the No. 2 Army. It has a 6" octagon barrel and a six round un-fluted cylinder and is chambered in .32 Rim Fire. The rose wood grips are in excellent condition, the right one being serial numbered to the gun as is proper. There is one small dent in bottom edge of right grip, otherwise they are excellent. The frame retains 90% or more of bright blue, remaining turning brown patina. The barrel and cylinder retain 90% or better of a dulling blue finish. Good rifling but some pitting to bore. There are some small rust discolorations to exterior of barrel flats but overall the gun has a fine appearance. Action is tight and crisp, operates fine with good lock-up, barrel latching has a little looseness. The serial number is 45955 with cylinder and barrel assembly number as AA8, made in 1865. This particular firearm can be classed in well above average condition ranging to excellent plus and we have it priced accordingly.