In my stuff I have this cased Smith and Wesson .32 Hand Ejector Model of 1903, 4th Change. Made only in 1910. In an oak casing, the revolver has a 3” barrel and Mother of Pearl non-factory grips. Close examination reveals that, though the hammer and trigger maintain 100% case colors, the gun is re-blued. I got the pistol from an older gentleman around 20 years ago. He told me that the Sheriff of the county he lived in gave it to him when he went off to WWII. He said he carried the gun throughout the war. I, unfortunately, did not ask about his war time service. The gun is probably 90% condition, exhibiting wear on the fore and back straps.