Smith & Wesson No.3 Russian Model Pattern I - .44 Russian. Smith & Wesson Pattern I revolver (in Russian Revolver Smita i Vessona, Obrazetz I
) was Russian service name for US-manufactured revolvers while Russian-manufactured revolvers were indexed as Pattern II and Pattern III. Pattern I revolvers can be identified by the shape of the frame and the absence of the spur on the trigger guard. This is most likely a modern replica, since the original Model 3 had an 8-inch barrel.
Denix "Schofield Cal.45 revolver, USA 1869", a non-firing replica of Smith & Wesson Model 3.
Denix non-firing replica of nickel plated Smith & Wesson Model 3, labeled "Schofield Cal.45 revolver, USA 1869"
One of approximately 250 New Model No 3 revolvers (.44 Russian) made for the Australian Colonial Police. The Australian Police carried the No. 3 from 1882 - 1912. They were sold to an American gun dealer in 1959. The Australian Police specifically ordered all the models to be equipped with rifle stocks. They are found in very good condition and command top dollar
Japanese contract S&W New Model No.3 - 44 Russian
Modern Uberti reproduction of the Model 3 - .45 Colt
Gregory Peck carried what appeared to be (from rate of fire) a double action S&W Model 3 (which I guess would make it the Frontier model?) in the 1974 movie "Billy Two Hats". Harleyguy 21 June 2010 14:09