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Does Anyone know what this is Please Help.

Article about: I just purchased this today and I was wondering if anyone has seen anything like this before. It is very heavy and measures about 15". I was thinking it may be some type of store displa

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    I just purchased this today and I was wondering if anyone has seen anything like this before. It is very heavy and measures about 15". I was thinking it may be some type of store display but I am not sure. It looks to be very old.
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    may be a mad idea ,, but i wonder if it is a die , for molding leather , in the manufacture of holsters ?

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    may be a mad idea ,, but i wonder if it is a die , for molding leather , in the manufacture of holsters ?
    I think it's to detailed to be a die.

    Machine Shop made I would say , looks like something else attached to it . Or it attached to something . Interesting .

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    Maybe some kind of pattern-gauging tool
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    Whatever it's for it's got a Smith and Wesson look to it!..
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    Interesting piece...I'm leaning towards an old advertisement display

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    And too big for holster making..would be a mighty hefty revolver,certainly not one I would pull the trigger on...lol

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    An old penny arcade game prop?
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    A sign for a gunstore or gunsmith?
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