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    Default Re: .22 Rimfire Revolvers

    Quote Originally Posted by Brick View Post
    K22 Masterpiece? 6" barrel? Cripes anyplace near me and I'd bid on that myself!
    Good thing it's 3.5 hours plus from you, lol.

    Probably a pipe dream to think it's going to stay under even $600.

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    Quote Originally Posted by esh21167 View Post
    Good thing it's 3.5 hours plus from you, lol.

    Probably a pipe dream to think it's going to stay under even $600.
    That would make the perfect companion to my circa 1960s K38 Masterpiece! Thinking on it a bit I wish S&W would go back to their "old" name system instead of the damn Model Nos! Much more descriptive!

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    Default Re: .22 Rimfire Revolvers

    Quote Originally Posted by Brick View Post
    That would make the perfect companion to my circa 1960s K38 Masterpiece! Thinking on it a bit I wish S&W would go back to their "old" name system instead of the damn Model Nos! Much more descriptive!
    I'm sure you realize this, but the Model 15's maintained the name K-38 Combat Masterpiece, just as the Model 17's maintain the name K-22 Masterpiece, so you're not incorrect by referring to them as such.

    Also, I'm sure you're aware, but if your K-38 is from the "1960's", it is a Model 15, as the change to Model numbers, by S&W, took place in 1957.

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    Default Re: .22 Rimfire Revolvers

    H&R Sportsman Model 999's are still around and they are excellent shooters. They came in 4 and 6 in barrel lengths and are top break-open 8 round.

    Gun Broker: https://www.gunbroker.com/All/search...ds=h%26r%20999

    ARMSLIST: http://www.armslist.com/classifieds/...ttype=7&ships=


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    Default Re: .22 Rimfire Revolvers

    Quote Originally Posted by rwt1405 View Post
    I'm sure you realize this, but the Model 15's maintained the name K-38 Combat Masterpiece, just as the Model 17's maintain the name K-22 Masterpiece, so you're not incorrect by referring to them as such.

    Also, I'm sure you're aware, but if your K-38 is from the "1960's", it is a Model 15, as the change to Model numbers, by S&W, took place in 1957.
    Inside of the crane says Model 14-3. It has a pinned barrel, but not recessed chambers I bought it used in 1971s, in fact it was my first handgun after getting my NYS license.

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    Default Re: .22 Rimfire Revolvers

    My mistake, I thought you said K-38 Combat Masterpiece, which is the Model 15; as you state, the K-38 Masterpiece is, of course the Model 14.

    S&W didn't recess cylinders on .38's, only on magnums and rim fires.

    Sounds like a great revolver, enjoy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rwt1405 View Post
    Sounds like a great revolver, enjoy!
    I have been for 49 years! At one time that was my competition piece for NRA Conventional Pistol centerfire matches. I even have a set of Herret's custom grips for it.

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    Default Re: .22 Rimfire Revolvers

    Quote Originally Posted by Brick View Post
    That would make the perfect companion to my circa 1960s K38 Masterpiece! Thinking on it a bit I wish S&W would go back to their "old" name system instead of the damn Model Nos! Much more descriptive!
    I have one made in 1947 , mint , original box & tools , for sale~!

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    Default Re: .22 Rimfire Revolvers

    I'll give ya tree-fiddy.




    Quote Originally Posted by abner13 View Post
    I have one made in 1947 , mint , original box & tools , for sale~!

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    Default Re: .22 Rimfire Revolvers

    Stopped by Tanners yesterday for some ammo, and wound up walking out with a Wrangler, 189 price tag.
    For you weird gun aficionados, they have a heritage 22 revolver with a 16" barrel for around 300. Almost bought the damn thing for ha ha's, since I would have zero practical use for it.
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