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    Smile Smith and Wesson model 422 .22LR



    Smith and Wesson model 422 .22LR
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    Default Re: Smith and Wesson model 422 .22LR



    Smith and Wesson model 422 .22LR
    "The very atmosphere of firearms anywhere and everywhere restrains evil interference, they deserve a place of honor with all that is good. -George Washington

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    Default Re: Smith and Wesson model 422 .22LR



    Smith and Wesson model 422 .22LR
    "The very atmosphere of firearms anywhere and everywhere restrains evil interference, they deserve a place of honor with all that is good. -George Washington

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    Default Re: Smith and Wesson model 422 .22LR



    Smith and Wesson model 422 .22LR

    Great little plinker. 10+1 capacity.
    "The very atmosphere of firearms anywhere and everywhere restrains evil interference, they deserve a place of honor with all that is good. -George Washington

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    Default Re: Smith and Wesson model 422 .22LR

    NICE!!
    I have a 422, not as clean as that, bought it used, but it's a shooter.
    The grips on yours really set it off.
    Nice gun

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    Default Re: Smith and Wesson model 422 .22LR

    nice gun.......been looking for one for a while now.....gave up and bought a browning buck mark instead
    US Navy Vet 1979-2007
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    Default Re: Smith and Wesson model 422 .22LR

    my 422 looks like yours,same barrel and grips.it was bought new in '89.it probably has 1000+ rounds through it now and never failed.in fact,i didn't know how to take it apart when i was a kid,and scared to break something trying to figure it out i just cleaned the barrel.long story short it got its first real cleaning in'04.can't beat the 422 with factory 12rnd mags.

    feedlip

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    Default Re: Smith and Wesson model 422 .22LR

    Great gun. Mine looked exactly like that till I made new grips and mag base for mine. Also added a little flash supressor.............



    ETA: Great gun for double taps. Super fast. You can see both shells about 5"-6" apart in the air.
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    Default Re: Smith and Wesson model 422 .22LR

    I have one identical, looks wise, to the one above. I need additional magazines for it. The one that came with it holds 10 rounds. Any ideas as where to get a couple?

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    Default Re: Smith and Wesson model 2206 .22LR

    I loved my 422 so much that I picked up a very similar Smith and Wesson 2206 in Stainless Steel.
    It's extremely heavy compared to the 422, which makes it easy to keep on target. Zero muzzle rise.

    No idea where to get spare magazines. Tried eBay and Gunbroker?

    Last edited by doug; February 24th, 2008 at 04:19 AM.
    "The very atmosphere of firearms anywhere and everywhere restrains evil interference, they deserve a place of honor with all that is good. -George Washington

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