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Its one of the many Smith and Wesson Military and Police revolvers made in .38/200 for the Commonwealth forces during WWII. Its technically not a model 10 and the numbered model system came out in the 1950s. The grips are the later style as used on the American Victory models and poorly redone. She does indeed appear to be Australian Air Force. The FTR means she went through Factory Thorough Refurbishing. The broad arrow stamp indicates property of the Crown.
 
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