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Old 02-09-2010, 09:57 PM
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My grandfather has a K-22 that he is trying to figure out the value of. Any information would be a lot of help. The serial number is K307XXX. It is a 6 shot with a 6 inch barrel and adjustable rear sights. It is in about 85% condition. We are not sure whether it is a classic or masterpiece model. Thank You!!
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I assume it's not model marked in the yoke. Serial number places it at 1957. That would make it a K-22 Masterpiece which became the model 17 after 1957. In 85% condition, it's about a $300-350 gun. They are great shooters.
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thank you! I hardly know anything about revolvers so the information is a lot of help!
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