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Need some help Whats it worth ? Smith .22

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by jdlovejoy4, Jun 3, 2012.

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    jdlovejoy4 Active Member

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    Well guys I have a Smith and Wesson .22 K model thats been nickel plated and what an idea of value if you could help. Serial Number is 93*** Thanks Josh
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    open the cylinger up and on the crane should be a model number, like 17 or ?
     
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    by the way, I would trade you an Anton butt stock for a Remington 3200 for it (that I got from you a few years back.
     
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    This vintage gun will likely not have a model number. After market nickel job will not enhance value. No interest to collector, likely a great shooter.
     
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    The plated ejector rod suggests that it is not a factory plated gun. However, it would be worth having it examined closely and if there is a chance it is a factory plated gun, get a factory letter on it. It would have value to a S&W collector.

    If it is not a factory nickel job, then it's simply a nice shooter.

    I love these older K-22s. Wish I had the surplus funds to make you an offer on it.
     
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    I sent you an email.

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    Thanks got the input guys, really just looking for info on price at this time. I'd listen to offers but not 100% sure I'm going to sell it. Thanks
     
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    I would think 400-475 would be top dollar- it's just a shooter now- 99% sure not factory nickel- if it is, it will have a "N" stamped on cylinder face and under grips. If grips are original they are also serial numbered to the gun-
    Shame someone nickeled a good old 5 screw.
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