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Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by doc540, Jul 20, 2012.
Wow - very nice! I am jealous of either or both of them. Smith and Wesson does know a thing or two about .22s.
Now I need a rimfire revolver. Darn.
Well, there ya go.
Keep your eyes peeled for a nice, worn K-22.
I say, "nice, worn" because mine hadn't been shot enough to loosen it up. Had to pay a smith $65 to tune and smooth it.
It'll shoot like you can't imagine at 50yds!
And for $20 you can shoot all morning.
I'm not really the collector type, but those are very nice!
Both are very nice, congrats!
very nice. nice boxes, too.
Thanks, but no sight adjustment tool for the K22.
enjoy the search. i've got a small collection of S&W screwdrivers. your blued steel knurled handle example that you seek is, of course... a highly desirable piece and a collectible in it's own right.
partially because i started running out of room in my master safe, i sort of got hooked on these wicked little screwdrivers! time for a larger safe, i know....
Rosewood target stocks....originals put away with a clear label.
They give my long, boney fingers a better hold.
I really like those. Very handsome.
Man they look brand new, plus you have the boxes.