The Smith & Wesson Model 30 is a small-frame, six-shot, double-action revolver chambered for the .32 Long cartridge. It was based on the Smith & Wesson Hand Ejector Model of 1903, and could be had with either a blued or nickel finish. It was a “round butt” I-frame and was produced from 1948 to 1976.
Smith & Wesson Model 30
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From 1948 to 1957, this model was known as the “Model .32 Hand Ejector” and was built on the 5-screw I-Frame. In 1958 the frame was redesigned to use four screws and a coiled mainspring as opposed to a flat or leaf spring and called the “Improved I-Frame”. Three years later in 1961, the “I-Frame” was discontinued and the slightly longer 3-screw “J-Frame” replaced it.
This particular gun has a 3” barrel. It was shipped from the factory in 1976. making it one of the last ones made. It is brand new in the box. The box is in excellent condition and contains all the original paperwork and tool. The gun has never been fired. It is our store as inventory and is available for sale. If interested, please contact us.