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Old 01-11-2010, 09:05 PM
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In celebration of the ending of a near 5 year search for a model 18 a couple of weeks back (see earlier thread), I'd like to begin a photo thread of S&W .22s. I'll begin with my small group:
Model 18-3 (shipped 1971):

Model 17-3 8 3/8" (shipped 1977) This gun has 3Ts and special order factory red post front sight:

Model 35 no dash (shipped 1959) This revolver is built on the improved I-frame and takes J-frame grips. It came with the original diamond magnas numbered to the gun which are shown in the photo. They are now safely in storage with the J-targets being used for shooting:


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Hi heres mine one on top is K22 Masterpiece from 1954 the middle one is a 18-3 Combat Masterpiece from 1974 on the bottom a 17-5 Target Masterpiece from 1988. Oh yah can't forget the K22 Rem Jet 22 Magnum from 1961 a real blast to shoot in the bottom photo Enjoy...

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I love S&W 22's. Don

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Here's my K22 from 1952.


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Default Don't forget the I-frame .22s

I have more .22 S&Ws than any other caliber right now. Not sure how that happened, since I think of myself as a .44 kind of guy. But much as I love my K-frame .22s (one Outdoorsman, three 5-screw Pre-17s), I think the ones I appreciate most are my I-frames, in particular two Prewar .22/32 Kit Guns:

530553, shipped March 1938






533556, shipped June 1940





These little gems are barely over eight inches long, stem to stern. I also like the .22/32 Heavy Frame Target Revolvers (Bekeart Style), but the longer barrel and the extension stocks just don't give these guns the appealing proportions of the round-butt Kit Guns. I-frames just look best with four-inch barrels and small stocks. (But that doesn't mean they shoot best when they are at their most attractive; there's a reason those oversize stocks exist.)
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1980 Model 41

1968 Model 41

Model 17-4

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Just won this 34-1 yesterday. My first S&W .22 (not entirely true, as I used to have a 2214) - revolver. I'm sure it will meet my expectations.

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I'll jump in with this 617 no dash.
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Recently purchased 17-3, great shooter. Now If I could just find a holster that fits it.
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My K-22, shipped March 1948.

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My 34- recently acquired on the Forum. Sweet shooter.

Serial M1810xx with original warrenty card dated March 1982. Anybody got an approximate manufactur date?
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I'm looking at having a K22 in my future to look at and shoot a bunch.
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I don't have a .22 revolver. This thread is peaking my interest in them tho. Thanks alot people. I am going to have to buy one now.


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Just picked up this beauty from my dealer - it's in like new condition - but it will be a shooter !
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I would show you a picture of my brand new 617 6"but I had to send it back to S&W after I noticed the barrel was over tightened(so much for Quality control) very dissapointed.
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Heres my 2yr old M-617 10 shooter and it's a blast to shoot. Now looking for a nice K-22 now
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Here are my two (for now)
My wife and I wed in 1984 and have been happily married for three years :-0 First time I met her Dad, he introduced me to this model 63. He had a paper plate target with a group a quarter would cover that she had shot with it. He was some kind of proud. She got it after he passed in 2004. Since she and I have twins ( sons ) it was plain as day I HAD TO HAVE another J frame .22 in 4" so the hunt was on. Oct 08 I scored this 34-1 at a local pawn shop with box and all goodies. So now the boys can argue over the color..... Heavy Sigh
Anyway my collecting sort of follows a pairs theme, these two...Wifes model 60 3" .38spl and my 36-1 3" blue ... my 19-3 4" nickel and my 19-4 4" blue etc...
So with no more ado, my 22"s
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Those are some outstanding photos of some beautiful guns.


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Well, I have a few...
pre-43

41

1948 K22

18-3

617

17-4

34-1

1952 K22

1938 K22 Outdoorsman

1969 18-3

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i have a well used but descent shape 4" model 63.

id love to be able to afford a 2" model 63 or model 34....but me thinks a old charter arms pathfinder will have to fill the void.
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22/32 Kit Gun (Pre 43)


617-1 my favorite
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I lucked into my first one late last year. More to follow, I'm sure. A 1980 Model 48-4 With .22 MAG and .22 LR cylinders. The Magnas are numbered to the gun.

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There's some real beauties, in here. Sky-rocketing ammo prices led me to puchase my first .22LR; a M43. I enjoy shooting it so much that I gave it some company in the form of a 1948 K-22 and somewhat newer M63.

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I just picked this up today.

I haven't seen many like it and I'm looking forward to shooting it tomorrow, weather permitting.

Paid $400 which seemed to be a really good price to me.
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Did you have it round butted?
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I have a few .22 S&Ws. Economical to shoot, compared to the centerfires, and a lot of fun:

First is a Model 48-2:



Next, a Model 41:



A couple of 17s and an 18:



A Model 22/32:



A Model 34 Kit Gun:



And finally, a Model 317:

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Mod 1, 2nd Issue



22/32 Target



Single shot 3rd Mod.


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Not too late to chime in? 17-3




I do love this gun!
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Great post, beautiful Smith & Wesson .22's everyone. Let's see more! This is my Smith & Wesson .22 caliber family photo, left to right: K-22 Masterpiece, ca. 1953, w/box and sight tool; K-22 Masterpiece, ca. 1953; Model 43, 22/32 Kit Gun Airweight, ca. 1974, w/box & papers. Greg
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My only 2 Smith .22s. Nothing beats the classic lines of a Smith Revolver.
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OUTSTANDING THREAD!!!!!!


Thanks everyone for posting all the nice pictures
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Although I follow this thread from the start, being a .22lr nut, it just occurred to me that I did not post pictures myself!

My Model 34 Flatlatch with Tyler's T-grip:




The now-gone 617:

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Again,with Diamond stocks fitted:
(I kept the stocks for my not-yet-in-the-house Model 18-2)

Show me your Model 34 in 4" please?-img_0278-15-knip-jpg
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