S&W Model 41

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  1. CountryGunsmith

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    slotman1
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    (2/12/03 12:07:14 pm)
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    I have a S&W Model 41 target 7 3/8" pistol with the original box. It has 2 clips, muzzle brake, muzzle cap (?), and what appears to be an extra round front weight. The screw driver slot on the weight has some marks from a screw driver, otherwise everything is near 100% blue.

    I bought this pistol about 20 years ago and have never fired it.

    What is the value?

    BTW, thank you very much for all the help on my other guns listed on this web site!

    Fred

    Xracer
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    (2/12/03 3:48:35 pm)
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    Wow! You've got quite a collection there Slotman.

    OK.....here you go:

    98% = $535
    100% = 675

    Add $35 for 7 3/8" barrel
    Add 125% for .22 Short caliber with counterweight and muzzle brake
    Earlier variations (A series guns with cocking indicator, Model 41-1, etc.) will command substantial premiums over values listed.
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