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    Posted: July 26 2015 at 2:54pm
Here is my revolver I have since 2 weeks. How can you determine the manufacture date? Is this a good deal I have? Because I know very little or Nothing about these revolvers. But the Enfield and Lee-enfield virus got me. It shoots really nice in .38S&W















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normally it would be right there on your fourth photo , the mfgr and the date , the enfields were small ED marking that might be hard to see but your photo gives no indication at all of the original markings where they should be  , 


something like this - 





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There are no markings on this part of the revolver. Is this uncommen? On the top side op the barrel is a little marking 41 ..? Do all revolvers have the normal mfgr markings?
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some were marked lightly and then the ID became abreviated to ED in an overlapping letter stramp that was fairly small - they could easily be lost in refinishing , we could speculate further but it would not be of much help i fear , 

41 is most likely the date of the barrel 
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