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Different Type Eye Candy: S&W 50th Ann. Model 41

Discussion in 'Off Topic Threads' started by train222, Feb 26, 2009.

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  1. train222

    train222 Well-Known Member

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    I know this is an Off Topic thread for Ts.com, but I thought you might like to take a look at a different type of eye candy…


    FOR YOUR VIEWING PLEASURE
    THE SMITH & WESSON 50th Anniversary Edition of the famous Model 41
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    Their where only 500 of these beautiful fully engraved pistols produced in 2007. The entire lot of 500 pistols was completely sold out in less than a weeks time…


    I was lucky enough to be able to obtain one. You have to see this fantastic pistol, in person. The pictures do not do this gun justice. This one is number 71 of 500 made..


    THE PICTURES SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES:


    <img src=http://imagehost.vendio.com/a/3385873/aview/model41wbox2a.jpg>
    <img src=http://imagehost.vendio.com/a/3385873/aview/model41lefta.jpg>
    <img src=http://imagehost.vendio.com/a/3385873/aview/model41righta.jpg>
    <img src=http://imagehost.vendio.com/a/3385873/aview/model41swlogoa.jpg>


    Thanks for looking….


    Stu Gabriel (MrGun)
     
  2. BROWNST100

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    STU

    I ALWAYS ENJOY THESE POSINGS OF YOURS. THE 41 IS MAGNIFICANT.

    KEEP THE PICS. COMING

    VERN
     
  3. parrothead

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    WOW! Nice pistol. How does it shoot?
     
  4. rodbuster

    rodbuster TS Member

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    Wow, that is a beauty! Don't tell me you are into Smith & Wesson's also? You have first class taste Stu. That pistol doesn't look like it has ever been fired.
     
  5. Shooting Coach

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    For decades, I shot a Smith 41 in competition until my eyesight went south. This gun brings back good memories. :^)
     
  6. g7777777

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    Classy

    regards from Iowa

    Gene
     
  7. BILL GRILL

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    Stu, That is a beauty, thanks for posting.
     
  8. train222

    train222 Well-Known Member

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    RodBuster,

    Yes, this one is also unfired, slide never moved. Another one of my look and no shoot guns...

    NOW ON THE OTHER HAND...Heres my Model 41 that I do shoot. It has a set of Fung, custom International Fully Adjustable target grips. These Grips and all of the grips on the guns that I shoot are made by Randall Fung. He makes them to fit your hand...

    And yes I am pretty much into all firearms, especially older shotguns and unique pistols...

    Thanks for the interst..

    Stu Gabriel (MrGun)

    <img src=http://imagehost.vendio.com/a/3385873/aview/sw41-1b.jpg>
    <img src=http://imagehost.vendio.com/a/3385873/aview/sw41-5b.jpg>
     
  9. RickN

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    Pat Laib had one of the Anniversary Editions for sale the last time I was at his shop.
     
  10. train222

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    RickN,

    I know that there are a Few of these guns out there, that you can still buy. Cabela's had one a few months back and I saw one at a local gun shop a few weeks ago...Don't know if either of them are still available.....

    The reference to being Sold out in less that a weeks time, refers too Dealer Purchases...Meaning that the can't be ordered from any distrubutor anymore....

    Thanks for the comments....

    Stu Gabriel (MrGun)
     
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    Stu, the one Pat has had changed hands a couple of times before he got it...still unfired tho. Just for reference in case someone really wanted to buy one. I think he wanted around $1900 for his. A beautiful gun...thanks for posting.
     
  12. Phil E

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    Thanks for sharing the pictures, Stu. There's no such thing a Model 41 that isn't special, but this one is especially pretty. Phil E
     
  13. Leo

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    With ammo costs and availablity issues they way they are, my .45 target pistol might be parked and a top line .22 will be in my future.
     
  14. beaker100

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    stu, i think you wanted to say famous not infamous! great guns shot one for years in pistol matches. what a beauty. all good doug
     
  15. halfmile

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    Is drool bad for your keyboard?

    HM
     
  16. train222

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    I yield to the grammer experts I changed it from infamous to Famous...

    But infamous sounds better...

    Keep an eye out for my next Different Type of Eye Candy....

    Thanks for looking...

    Stu Gabriel (MrGun)
     
  17. shannon391

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    My favorite pistol for plinking is the model 41.

    The trigger is awesome and I can shoot it with rifle like accuracy.

    Iv'e had mine for 25 years.
     
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