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F/S S&W model 41 2 barrels red dot Pics ..SPF.

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Barrelbulge(Fl), Aug 23, 2012.

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  1. Barrelbulge(Fl)

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    Will post pictures tomorrow. Just wanted to see if there is interest for now. It is an early model with cocked indicator. Mike.

    Sold Pending Funds.
     
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    PM sent
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    Here's one pic.


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    ok, I'll be the one to ask the question... How much?
     
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    No wonder he's called Barrelbulger, look at the ammo he's stuffing through it.
     
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    OK here goes Bob, you know where to stuff some of that ammo? LOL. I have a picture of a target I used on a bet. The ace of hearts you see was cut in two after 7 hits out of ten shots. The small 22 round nose bullets kept veering left or right. Finally on the tenth shot it split in two.This should speak for its accuracy, but not yours.


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    The box is an older model 41 box but did not come with this gun. There are extra parts 2 firing pins, 2 firing spin springs and 2 slide pins with springs. The original recoil compensator can be removed and the flat front end installed as shown in the pictures both parts are there. The trigger pull is 2.5 lbs. There are two magazines and they have the original metal followers not plastic.
    There is an extrs set of grips and a spare ejector. This gun is the perverbial tack driver. If you can't hit with this gun, then you should quit shooting. Check out the area at the ejection port. It has been milled out to ensure there are no 'stovepipes' with this gun. Very little bluing is missing. Oh, and the price, I want $1177.77 and a little is built in for shipping from my FFl to yours. Thanks for looking , Mike.
     
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    Too many two's Bulger. Are those .222 Remington you're showing with it?
     
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    They are .223's and get shot out of my XP-100. Mike.
     
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    Great price for this vintage with 2 barrels + scope!
    If I didn't already have its' twin, I'd add it to my 22's
     
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    I'd like to have the short barrel extension that replaces the compensator. I have the original box for my first year production one. The insert cut-outs for it are cardboard.

    Mike, did you purchase the short heavy bbl and have it drilled and tapped? I purchased one from Midway that was already drilled and tapped. It shoots suprisingly well.

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    what year was it made? I have a high stantard model E 6 3/4 bull barrel I bought it got the original box and papers quit making them in 1943,open sights I never shot a 22 that is accurate as it out of the box, high standards 22 are hard to beat I am not knocking your gun,you had it tricked out,looks accurate to me,what year was it made?
     
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    I forgot to tell you I own a few smiths in revolvers they are hard to beat,
     
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    AAtrap, When I got the barrel there was no scope on it. I had the weaver rail mounted.

    illtrap1, I don't know what year it was made but if you really want to know I will post the serial #.
    Mike.
     
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    I thought the 77 thing was my trademark- lol

    Well guess you try to improve your image anyway you can- only kidding

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    I like the 77 thing, Mike. Your permission???
     
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    41s are just the classic 22 auto- probably the most successful auto smith and wesson ever made and really superior to most if not all the designs on the market

    I do have a stainless 22 made by smith and wesson that took many of the design features from the 41- this cheaper model never caught on but I like mine- and have it tuned so it shoots pretty good but nowhere like a 41 shoots

    If you want a 41 they arent likely to get much cheaper.

    Regards from Iowa

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    Is that the 622 Gene? Mike.
     
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    Yep it is- and really they are good values for the money but they arent a 41

    On the other hand you dont feel guilty sticking one in a backpack or holster and taking it hunting

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    what are the barrel lengths?
     
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    The bull barrel is 5 1/2 and the long barrel is 7 3/8 with the shorter front piece installed. The compensator adds about 1". Mike.

    Gene, i'm with you on why they didn't sell better, That was an excellent gun for a reduced price making it affordable for most shooters. They came in the blued model the 422 and the stainless the 622. Mike.
     
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