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The gun shows considerable holster wear on the bluing in the usual places.
Mechanically perfect.
I put a nice set of factory K frame square butt grips off an M19 on it.
How much?
Thanks.:)

 

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S&W M48 - ORIGINAL K-22 .22 WMR Masterpiece - Discontinued 1986 (NO Lock)
98% - $500
95% - $450
90% - $400

S&W M48 - CLASSIC - New 2010 (w/ Lock on left side of firearm)
98% - $525
95% - $450
90% - $395
 

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And since it is supposed to have magnas on it, those Target Stocks actually lower the value.
 

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And since it is supposed to have magnas on it, those Target Stocks actually lower the value.
Are "magnas" the slim service grips?
I have those off an M15.
No use for them otherwise.
The gun had Hogues on it when purchased.
 

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Yep.



The original magnas would have the serial number written inside them in pencil. But any magnas would be better, from a collector's point of view, than those Targets
 

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Thanks Alpo.

Thems the ones I have and I am gonna switch them.

The whole point of this exercise is that I have a BHP on layaway and still owe $700 on it.

The High Power is an absolutely flawless early adjustable sight model.
Assembled in Belgium.

I'm thinking this M48 and a Beretta 92FS should get my High Power out of "jail". :)
 

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I got $400 for the gun on trade in towards the $770 balance I owed on a primo Browning HiPower.

I think I done good.:)
 
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