1. Helldorado

    Helldorado New Member

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    just wondering its value. Smith & Wesson .22, Model - 41. Dark wooden handle.

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  3. Helldorado

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    awesome! thanx alot!
  4. gpostal

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    again i think thats on the high end ,some one with a current blue book will be along soon
  5. Zigzag2

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    100% = $675.00 + $35.00 add on for the 7 3/8" bbl w/muzzle brake.

    They are desirable and bring a premium.... :p
  6. Helldorado

    Helldorado New Member

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    whats the %'s mean?
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    it means the condition of the gun

    100% perfect
    90% almost perfect etc
  8. Helldorado

    Helldorado New Member

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    ahh ha! pretty obvious but im new here
  9. FN_Project90

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    dude that thing is wicked neat!
  10. gamachinist

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    I want it!I want it!:D
    Robert.
  11. Helldorado

    Helldorado New Member

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    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 :D
  12. FN_Project90

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    that is prolly acurate as heck eh?
  13. Helldorado

    Helldorado New Member

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    $!@% 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 :D
  14. FN_Project90

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    I want one tooo!
  15. armedandsafe

    armedandsafe Guest

    Dang....another keyboard full of droooooool.

    Pops
  16. FN_Project90

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    glad I had my drool catch on, hadda use it for dinner, hehe.
  17. Helldorado

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    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...
  18. stash247

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    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.
  19. Zigzag2

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    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.

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  20. Zigzag2

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    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! :p

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    Ya'll need to excuse me, but that same year I got 1st place marksman class with my 1911 Colt Gold Cup. :D

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