Also at the same Fort Walton Beach gun show that I got the Cot Official Police .38, I also picked up another 1942 S&W Victory model and a 1959-1960 era S&W model 36. On the M36 all the SN's matched, even the stocks, and same on the Victory except for the stocks, but they are original WWII stocks. The case color on the trigger and hammer on the M36 are alot better than the pic shows. I got to finally shoot them Thanksgiving day, the M36 supprised the heck out of me, at 50' it kept all the rounds in a 9" paper plate, I am sure it shoots better than I do, and the 4" Victory as I expected was the same. I love these old revolvers and getting to shoot them is pure joy.