The Smith & Wesson Model 10 was known as the M&P or Military and Police, not the Hand Ejector. The "hand ejector" Models were the Model 30, Model 1917, and Model 50. Got you on that one, John. The great gun guru doesn't know a Model 10 from a hand ejector? My whole world is shaken. :fullauto:andy said:Pic is not really close enough to tell, but it's probably a Smith, what became known as the M10, and used to be called the "Hand Ejector' model. It may well be in caliber .38 Smith and Wesson, not .38 Special. The former have a slightly different case and bullet OD, IIRC. Seems like it was slightly larger in OD than today's .38 Special.