Discussion in 'The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum' started by Helldorado, Nov 23, 2003.
just wondering its value. Smith & Wesson .22, Model - 41. Dark wooden handle.
i think this is on the very high end
awesome! thanx alot!
again i think thats on the high end ,some one with a current blue book will be along soon
100% = $675.00 + $35.00 add on for the 7 3/8" bbl w/muzzle brake.
They are desirable and bring a premium....
whats the %'s mean?
it means the condition of the gun
90% almost perfect etc
ahh ha! pretty obvious but im new here
dude that thing is wicked neat!
I want it!I want it!
haha.. thanx guys! Yeah it is pretty fun to shoot. I take it out alot on the pastures just to play around with, havent had any problems with it and it looks pretty sweet on top of it all
that is prolly acurate as heck eh?
$!@% Yeah it is! If i i got nothin on 4 legs to shoot ill mess around with a cactus patch.....off about 20-25 yds, i can cut down most the pears at the neck in 3 shots
I want one tooo!
Dang....another keyboard full of droooooool.
glad I had my drool catch on, hadda use it for dinner, hehe.
are you guys really that impressed with this gun? I mean it is pretty fun and all but ive only shot a few hand guns. Just wonderin...
That Smith is a good shooter, as a type. Barrels, mags are pricey, and the competition is half the price (Ruger, the new High Standard)
Personally, I would take a (Hamden) High Standard over the Smith, in a heartbeat; of course, a good one would cost as much as the Smith, or nearly, and parts for the Smith are far more available.
Either the H/S or the Smith will shoot tighter than most can hold; frequently outshooting most .22 rifles.
If you like it, buy it; it won't get any cheaper.
I'm sorta' with Stash... when I was shotting Bullseye, I had a H-S Victor and the S&W 41. I liked the feel of the Victor just a tadbit better than the 41.
But I won 4nd place marksman class in the state with my 41.
Helldorado, if you can tell, the pistol on that medal is the S&W mdl. 41, 7 3/8' bbl w/muzzle brake.
However, mine was the 5 1/2 heavy bbl.
Your's is a CLASSIC!
Ya'll need to excuse me, but that same year I got 1st place marksman class with my 1911 Colt Gold Cup.
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