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Im new to revolvers, so bear with me here please.

Does this look right to your eye? Worn? abused? not new but "OK"?
Bicycle part Automotive design Rim Material property Automotive tire
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I cannot find a in focus photo of a similar ejector, most are taken from to far away to show the detail.

What say you?
 

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Previous owner bought it from original owner if I have the story right, 10 yrs ago. Never shot it.
No idea how many rounds were shot prior.
Sight was broken off in a move, never replaced. No idea about the rail.

$390 ‘Mercian dollars.
 

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Thanks for the comments regarding the ejector.

the rail will be gone.
Is there an interchangeable front sight for that gun? Haven’t been able to find much in my searching here. Maybe I need different search terms.
 

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Just a note on the rib. I'm assuming that is a plastic PolyChoke rib as they were common for a while. Assembly was generally with an epoxy adhesive. Removal can be a BEE atch.
You can't heat it cuz it's poly so it kind of falls back to a slow cut ,file ,sand kind of mess. Some kind of restoration to the top of the barrel will be necessary. Maybe sand or beadblasting .
Maybe you may get lucky and it might pop off , Maybe.
BUT,,,,,, At the $390 you quoted,,,,,,,,, no brainer . Well worth the work.
Thanks for the rib info. No idea why it’s there.
I prefer my ribs BBQ’d
 
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