Posted by chris gower on January 22, 2001 at 14:14:00:
In Reply to: S&W #94 --Non-standard key combination posted by Joseph Fox on January 20, 2001 at 18:23:58:
: I am researching the correlation (if any) between the S&W #94s that are keyed differently than the common keying...and the serial # stamped on same. Of the several different pairs of #94s I own, only one has a Letter (H) in front of the serial #...and this is a cuff that is keyed differently than commonly found. Coincidence, or on purpose? Fellow collectors, please check your #94s, and let me know if it has a letter in front of the serial # and/or if it is keyed differently than commonly found. I'll post the results. Thanks
At last someone who has a S&W model 94 cuff with a different key. Please refer to the message I posted on this site on 10/12/00 regarding the R set of cuffs that I have, they have cuts in positions 1,7 and 11 o'clock. Does your key have 2 cuts at 5 & 7 0'clock?? which should be the H key. The normal N key has cuts at 1 and 7 o'clock. I have seen two sets of the R keys, and 3 sets of the 's' keys, yet no other collectors seem to reply. Guess we are both very lucky to have such rare items.
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